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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



MANUAL 



GENERAL COURT 



1897 



PREPARED AND PUBLISHED UNDER SECTION 14, CHAPTER 15 OF 
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CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Early Government of New Hampshire 1 

Government During Revolution 18 

Membership — First Provincial Congress 19 

Membership — Second Provincial Congress 22 

The Committee of Safety. . . 26 

The Council, 1776-1784 32 

National Political Conventions 35 

Portraits 45 

Post-offices 47 

Election Returns in Detail 58 

Town Elections 209 

State Officers 310 

The Judiciary 319 

County Officers 327 

Commissioners 336 

The National Guard 341 

The Legislature , 351 



THE EARLY GOVERNMENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Scattered through the New Hampshire Registers and in several 
standard historical publications there are partial lists of the governors 
and the councillors of the province of New Hampshire. These articles 
contain many errors, and collectively do not present a full or a correct 
exhibit of the early government of the province. The following article 
has been carefully prepared, and is designed to name in order of 
succession the several governors and councillors who gave direction to 
public affairs and were clothed with executive functions. 

For several years the early settlements in New Hampshire had no 
general government. The four towns, Dover, Portsmouth, Exeter, 
and Hampton, were independent communities, each maintaining a 
municipal and an ecclesiastical jurisdiction. This simple plan of 
government very naturally was a reproduction of the forms with 
which the settlers had been familiar in the English towns from which 
they came. Desiring a government of more stability, and one calcu- 
lated to afford them better protection, the people of New Hampshire 
at their suggestion were admitted, about 1641, under the government 
and protection of Massachusetts, and became a part of Norfolk county. 
This arrangement, convenient to the people of New Hampshire and 
agreeable to the people of both colonies, was continued until 1679-80, 
when New Hampshire was severed from Massachusetts, and organ- 
ized as a separate royal province. 

I. Administration of John Cutt, President, and Richard Waldron, 
Deputy President. 

The commission of President Cutt, from Charles II, dated September 
18, 1679, and published January 22, 1679-80, was vacated by his death 
March 27, 1681. 

The councillors named in the royal commission were Richard Mar- 



Z NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

tyn, William Vaughan, Thomas Daniel of Portsmouth; John Gilman 
of Exeter, Christopher Hussey of Hampton, and Richard Waldron of 
Dover. 

At the organization of the new government, January 22, 1679-80, 
the president and council elected additional members, — Elias Stile- 
man of Great Island (now Newcastle and then a part of Portsmouth), 
Samuel Dalton of Hampton, and Job Clements of Dover. The first 
two qualified on the day of their election; the last, February 16 fol- 
lowing. Robert Mason, proprietor of the province, was appointed by 
the king's mandamus October 1, 1680, and admitted to the council 
December 30 following. 

On the death of President Catt, Deputy President Waldron entered 
upon the presidency, and filled the office until the publication of the 
commission of Lieutenant-governor Cranfield, October 4, 1682. 

The accession of the deputy president was followed by the election 
of Richard Waldron, Jr., to the council, April 5, 1681. Mr. Dalton 
died August 22, 1681, and Anthony Nutter was chosen to fill the 
vacancy. His council lorship ended with this administration. Mr. 
Stileman was appointed deputy president October 4, 1681. 

II. Administration of Edward Cranfield, Lieutenant-governor, 
and Walter Barefoote, Deputy Governor. 

Lieutenant-governor Cranfield' s commission, from Charles II, was 
dated May 9, 1682; published October 4 following; and terminated 
by his departure from the province May 16, 1685. 

The councillors named in his commission were Robert Mason, pro- 
prietor, Richard Waldron of Dover, Thomas Daniel, William Vaughan, 
Richard Martyn, John Gilman, Elias Stileman, Job Clements, Walter 
Barefoote, and Richard Chamberlain. 

Mr. Waldron and Mr. Martyn were suspended from the council by 
the lieutenant-governor directly on the inauguration of his adminis- 
tration, and were reinstated on the 14th of November following. 
They were suspended a second time in 1683, and with them Mr. 
Vaughan, Mr. Gilman, and Mr. Stileman. The same year, Mr. Daniel 
and Mr. Clements died. Four of these vacancies were filled in 1683 by 
the election of John Hinckes, Robert Elliot, Nathaniel Fryer, and 
Edward Randolph. The remaining three, in 1684, by the election of 
Robert Wadleigh, Francis Champernoon, and James Sherlock. Mr. 



THE EARLY GOVERNMENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 3 

Randolph returned to England in 1683, the year of his election. Fryer 
was suspended in 1684, and the vacancy filled by the election of Henry 
Green in 1685. 

Cranfield, though commissioned lieutenant-governor, is often styled 
governor in the records of his time, and so addressed in petitions and 
other papers. 

Deputy Governor Barefoote received his appointment in 16S3. Tak- 
ing up the administration where Lieutenant-governor Cranfield left 
it May 16, 1685, he was superseded May 25, 1686, by the commission 
of Joseph Dudley as president of New England. 

III. Administrations of Joseph Dudley, President, and Sir Edmund 
Andros, Governor, of New England. 

President Dudley's commission, from James II, was dated Octobers, 
16S5. He assumed the government May 25, 1686. His administration 
terminated December 30, 1686, on the arrival of Sir Edmund Andros, 
who had been commissioned governor of New England on the 3d day 
of June preceding. 

Of the seventeen councillors named in President Dudley's commis- 
sion, New Hampshire furnished two — Robert Mason and John Hinckes. 

Governor Andros 1 s commission, from James II, was published "At 
a Council held in Boston, New England, on Thursday, December 30, 
1686, 11 and terminated April 18, 1689, by his informal commitment by 
the Boston revolutionists. At the close of the revolutions in England 
and Massachusetts, the people of New Hampshire found themselves 
"destitute of government," and for the interval until orders should 
arrive from the new home government they adopted again the town- 
ship method of their earliest settlements. This plan was continued 
until August 13, 1692, when Lieutenant-governor John Usher assumed 
the administration, the governor, Samuel Allen, having not yet arrived 
in the province. 

IV. Administration of Samuel Allen, Governor, and John Usher 
and William Partridge, Lieutenant-governors; and President John 
Hinckes and the Council. 

Governor Allen's commission, from William III, was dated March 1, 
1692, and published September 15, 1698. 
In the same commission, his son-in-law, John Usher, was named as 



4 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

lieutenant-governor. He assumed the administration of the govern- 
ment August 13, 1692, and continued at its head until the publication 
of the commission of Lieutenant-governor Partridge, December '14, 
1697, though he does not appear to have performed any official act 
under the above commission after November 3, 1696. From this date 
to the inauguration of Lieutenant-governor Partridge the government 
was administered by John Hinckes, president, and the council. 

The councillors named in Governor Allen's instructions were John 
Usher, lieutenant-governor, John Hinckes, Nathaniel Fryer, Thomas 
Graffort, Peter Coffin, Henry Green, Robert Elliot, John Gerrish, John 
Walford, and John Love. 

Mr. Graffort, Mr. Gerrish, Mr. Walford, and Mr. Love never sat in 
this council, so that the board consisted, in fact, of but five members 
besides the lieutenant-governor, while in the governor's instructions 
nine were named, and by his commission seven were required and five 
made necessary to a quorum. The requisite number was kept good 
by the appointment of Nathaniel Weare sometime between August 13 
and September 29, 1692, and by the admission, on the latter date, of 
William Yaughan and Richard Waldron (2d) who, "Mr. Weare being- 
out of the province, were added for the emergency of affairs occa- 
sioned by the French and Indian enemys" (Council Book II, p. 5). 
They qualified the 3d of October following. 

Mr. Yaughan and Mr. Waldron were suspended by Lieutenant-gov- 
ernor Usher, September 10, 1696. Their suspension papers and the 
councillors' answer are to be seen in "Miscellaneous Province and 
State Papers, Yol. I, p. 158." They are printed in "State Papers, 
Yol. XVII, p. 662." Both, however, were reinstated, and served in 
the subsequent administrations of President Hinckes and Lieutenant- 
governor Partridge. 

Mr. Hinckes was president of the council. The date of his election 
is unknown. The records, however, show that he presided in the 
absence of the lieutenant-governor until January 8, 1693-'94, when, or 
soon after, he was suspended by the lieutenant-governor and succeeded 
by Nathaniel Fryer, who held the office till President Hinckes and the 
council, in accordance with Governor Allen's desire, "took upon them 
ye Government till Mr. Partridge should publish his commission" 
(Council Book III, p. 13). 

President Hinckes and his council held their first session at New- 



THE EARLY GOVERNMENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 5 

castle November 3, 1696. The councillors present at this session were 
Henry Green, Robert Elliot, Nathaniel Weare, Joseph Smith, and 
Kinsley Hall. Mr. Smith and Mr. Hall did not sit afterwards during 
this term. The rolls of subsequent daily sessions include the names 
of William Vaughan, Peter Coffin, and Richard Waldron (2d). 

Lieutenant-governor Usher's commission was revoked and William 
Partridge commissioned in his place June 26, 1696. Lieutenant-gov- 
ernor Partridge's commission was published December 14, 1697. He 
acted until Governor Samuel Allen assumed the government, Septem- 
ber 15, 1698. 

The councillors for this term were John Hinckes, president, Nathan- 
iel Fryer, Peter Coffin, Robert Elliot, Henry Green, Nathaniel Weare, 
William Vaughan, Richard Waldron (2d). 

Governor Allen, after carrying his commission nearly seven years in 
England, suddenly developing a passion for the active duties of a pro- 
vincial governor on the ground, set out for New Hampshire and as- 
sumed the government the 15th of September 1698; and that, too, 
knowing that a commission antedating his own departure from home 
by more than a year had been issued to the Earl of Bellomont for the 
same office. 

Mr. Coffin and Mr. Weare desired a dismission from the board Jan- 
uary 6, 1698-99, on the passage of a resolution acknowledging John 
Usher's right to sit as councillor. Mr. Weare, however, was forbidden 
by Governor Allen "to depart without leave upon his peril." Mr. 
Elliot withdrew from the council November 29, 1698, after Joseph 
Smith was admitted and Governor Allen "declared John Usher was 
one of the council." On the admission of Kinsley Hall, one of Usher's 
appointees, December 13, 1698, Elliot refused to sit longer. This 
action of Elliot was supplemented January 27, 1698-99, by his formal 
suspension from the council by Governor Allen. Sampson Sheafe was 
admitted January 7, 1698-99, and Peter Weare, the 25th of February 
succeeding. The records credit Councillor Peter Weare with but two 
days of active service — the day of his admittance and the 13th of March 
following. 

V. Administration of Richard, Earl of Bellomont, Governor, and 
William Partridge, Lieutenant-governor. 

The Earl of Bellomont held commissions, from William III, as gov- 



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ernor of New York, of Massachusetts Bay, and of New Hampshire. 
The last was dated June 18, 1697; published July 31, 1699; and ter- 
minated by death March 5, 1701. From his inauguration to the 17th 
of August following, the governor's meetings with the council and 
assembly were constant, but were not continued afterwards. 

On the death of Bellomont, Lieutenant-governor Partridge became 
the head of the administration, and held the position until the inaugu- 
ration of Governor Joseph Dudley, July 13, 1702, in whose adminis- 
tration he continued to hold the second place until the publication of 
John Usher's second commission as lieutenant-governor, October 22, 
1703. 

The councillors were John Hinckes, Nathaniel Fryer, Peter Coffin, 
Robert Elliot, John Gerrish, Nathaniel Weare, William Vaughan, and 
Henry Green. 

Mr. Weare was of Hampton. The Records of Council of August 1, 
1699 say, " Nathaniel Weare, Esqr. nominated in his Majesty's Instruc- 
tions to be one of the members of the Councill for this Province being 
sent for, appeared and desired upon consideration of his age and re- 
mote living he might be dismist from said service, which was accord- 
ingly allowed him." Mr. Green was also of Hampton. He was dis- 
missed from the council August 7, 1699, on his own request, "in 
regard of his age, many infirmities and remoteness of habitation" 
(Journal of Council and Assembly). The vacancy was filled by the 
appointment of Richard Waldron (2d) August 9, 1699 (Journal of 
Council and Assembly). Councillor Green died August 5, 1700. 

YI. Administration of Joseph Dudley, Governor, and William Par- 
tridge and John Usher, Lieutenant-governors. 

Joseph Dudley held commissions, from Queen Anne, as governor of 
Massachusetts and of New Hampshire. The latter was dated April 1, 
1702; published July 13, 1702; and terminated on the publication of 
Governor Samuel Shute's commission, October 17, 1716. He, how- 
ever, discharged none of the duties of governor after George Yaughan 
opened his commission as lieutenant-governor, October 13, 1715. 

The councillors in the administration of Governor Dudley and Lieu- 
tenant-governor Partridge were John Hinckes, Nathaniel Fryer, Peter 
Coffin, Robert Elliot, Nathaniel Weare, Samuel Penhallow, John Plais- 



THE EARLY GOVERNMENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. i 

ted, Henry Dow, Richard Waldron (2d), John Gerrish, and George 
Jaffrey. 

The first eight members of this council qualified on the opening of 
the administration, July 13, 1702. Mr. Waldron sat in the council in 
the forenoon of the day of Governor Dudley's inauguration, but was 
not present in the afternoon, when other councillors were qualified, 
nor again during this administration. Mr. Gerrish qualified July 21, 
1702. Mr. Jaffrey qualified the next day, and was suspended by Lieu- 
tenant-governor Partridge, August 18 following. He was heard in 
council "in answer to the reasons of his suspension," July 2, 1703 
(Council Book V, pp. 79-81). 

John Usher's commission under this administration, being his sec- 
ond as lieutenant-governor, was dated June 14, 1703; published Octo- 
ber 22, 1703; and terminated on the publication of the commission of 
Lieutenant-governor Vaughan, October 13, 1715. 

The councillors in the administration of Governor Dudley and Lieu- 
tenant-governor Usher were William Partridge, John Hinckes, presi- 
dent, Nathaniel Fryer, Peter Coffin, William Vaughan, George Jaffrey, 
Henry Dow, Mark Hunking, Richard Waldron (2d), Samuel Penhallow, 
Robert Elliot, John Plaisted, John Gerrish, Nathaniel Weare, Win- 
throp Hilton, and John Wentworth. 

Mr. Partridge's name appears in the councillor rolls of October 22 
and 27, 1703. The latter day, on his own motion, " he being bound a 
voyage to England, is dismissed as being a member of this Board " 
(Council Book V, p. 92). Mr. Hinckes was present in council the last 
time April 3, 1705, when, or soon after, "he clandestinely went out of 
the province" (Council Book V, pp. 210, 257). Mr. Fryer was dis- 
missed from the board November 4, 1703, on his own petition, "by 
reason of his old age and infirmities" (Council Book V, p. 94). He 
died August 13, 1705. Mr. Coffin, being "the eldest Councillor whose 
name is first placed in Queen Anne's Instructions to the Governour," 
presided over the council "in the absence of the Governour and Lieu- 
tenant-governour" (Council Book V, p. 225). He died March 21, 1715. 
Mr. Vaughan qualified December 13, 1705 (Journal of Council and 
Assembly). He sat in the council the last time March 28, 1715. 

Mr. Jaffrey dying February 13, and Mr. Dow, May 6, 1707, Mark 
Hunking was appointed to one of these vacancies by the Queen's war- 
rant of March 2, 1710, on the recommendation of Governor Dudley, 



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seconded by the lords of trade, March 31, 1709. Mr. Hunking, pro- 
moted from the speakership of the house, was qualified, according to 
the records of the council, June 16, 1710; while the Journal of the 
Council and Assembly gives the date July 6, 1711. With reference to 
the other vacancy, no special action is recorded. " Having been recom- 
mended by Gov. Dudley for councillor in the room of John Hinckes, 
absentee, the Lords of Trade promoting his appointment at Court, 
December 20, 1705, Mr. Waldron was admitted under the Queen's war- 
rant of March 2, 1710, and qualified the 4th of August following" 
(Journal of Council and Assembly). Suspended by Lieutenant-gov- 
ernor Usher the 21st of November following, he was admitted again, 
pursuant to the queen's warrant, July 6, 1711. On the 26th of April, 
1715, Mr. Waldron was qualified as clerk of the council (Journal of 
Council and Assembly). Mr. Gerrish sat the last time August 9, 1710. 
He died in 1714. John Wentworth, subsequently lieutenant-governor, 
was appointed councillor February 14, 1711-12, and qualified June 13, 
1712, "in the room and place of Winthrop Hilton deceased" (Council 
Book V, p. 293), who never took his seat. 

• In the queen's instructions to Governor Dudley, John Weare is 
named as one of the council, but his name does not appear in the 
record of proceedings. 

VII. Administration of Eliseus Burgess, Governor, and George 
Vaughan, Lieutenant-governor. 

Governor Burgess was commissioned by George I, as governor of 
Massachusetts and of New Hampshire. The date of his commissions 
does not appear in the records. From his letter of July 28, 1715 to 
the president and council (Council Book V, p. 342), the inference is 
that they were issued on that day, or shortly prior. Prevailed on to 
resign his commissions, Colonel Burgess never came into New Eng- 
land. The government of New Hampshire was administered by Lieu- 
tenant-governor Vaughan from the publication of his commission, 
October 13, 1715, until Governor Shute's commission was opened, 
October 17, 1716. 

The councillors were Robert Elliot, Nathaniel Weare, Richard Wal- 
dron, Samuel Penhallow, John Plaisted, Mark Hunking, and John 
Wentworth. 



THE EARLY GOVERNMENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 9 

The terms of office of Councillors Elliot, Weare, and Plaisted ex- 
pired with this administration. 

VIII. Administration of Samuel Shute, Governor, and George 
Vaughan and John Wentworth, Lieutenant-governors. 

Governor Shute held commissions from George I, to the governor- 
ship both of Massachusetts and of New Hampshire. The latter was 
dated June 15, 1716; published October 17, 1716; and terminated 
November 2, 1728, on the publication of the commission of Governor 
William Burnet. 

Lieutenant-governor Vaughan' s term expired December 7, 1717, on 
the publication of the commission of Lieutenant-governor John Went- 
worth. 

The councillors in the administration of Governor Shute and Lieu- 
tenant-governor Vaughan were Samuel Penhallow, Mark Hunking, 
John Wentworth, Richard Gerrish, Theodore Atkinson, George Jaf- 
frey, Shadrach Walton, Richard Wibird, Thomas Westbrook, and 
Thomas Phipps. 

The three councillors first above named were the only members of 
the former board. The seven new appointees were of Portsmouth. 
The usage having been, from the time of President Cutt, to make up 
the board from different towns, King George's method of constitut- 
ing the council was regarded as a questionable innovation, and as 
such was remonstrated against by the assembly. The new members 
were notified of their appointment on the day following the publica- 
tion of the governor's commission. At that session, " Thorns Phipps, 
Esq. desired to be excused; the others accepted." Under date of 
October 22, 1716, the record reads, "Col. Smith desired to be excused. 
The others took the oaths, &c. and then took their places at the board 
accordingly." Mr. Penhallow was suspended by Lieutenant-governor 
Vaughan September 24, 1717. The proceedings were dissented from 
by Councillors Wentworth, Jaffrey, and Wibird. Mr. Penhallow was 
restored to his seat by Governor Shute, September 30, 1717, and Lieu- 
tenant-governor Vaughan was suspended. Mr. Penhallow died Decem- 
ber 2, 1726. 

Governor Shute' s last appearance in the council of New Hampshire 
was May 11, 1722, when, or directly after, he returned to Massachu- 
setts, where he continued to perform the duties of governor until his 



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return to England in the early part of the year 1723. Hereupon John 
Wentworth, under his commission as lieutenant-governor, dated Sep- 
tember 12, 1717, and published December 7 following, entered upon 
the administration of the government, and continued at its head until 
William Burnet published his commission, November 2, 1728. 

No change appears in the membership of the council under Lieuten- 
ant-governor Wentworth prior to September 26, 1719. Under this date, 
the Journal of the Council and Assembly is as follows: " Whereas, by 
the death of sundry members of the Councill, there is not a sufficient 
number of Councillors, Thomas Packer, Esq. was chosen a member 
of his Majesties Councill and admitted to the board." The "sun- 
dry members" whom death had befallen are not named in the legis- 
lative records. Contemporaneous history puts the death of Richard 
Gerrish in the year 1717, and that of Theodore Atkinson on the 6th of 
May, 1719. These vacancies, some or all, seem to have been filled in 
the following manner: On the 11th of May, 1722 (Journal of Council 
and Assembly), Archibald McPheadris, and on the 9th of January, 
1722-23 (Council Book IY), John Frost, on the recommendation of 
Governor Shute, were admitted and qualified, subject to the approval 
of the king. Their appointments were ratified by King George by the 
issue of warrants for their admission — the one for Mr. McPheadris 
"dated ye 9th," the one for Mr. Frost "dated ye 10th day of July 
1724." Both were laid before the council on the 26th of September 
following. Mr. Packer came to the council from the speakership of 
the house. He sat in the council the last time July 22, 1723, and died 
the same year. On the above 26th day of September, Jotham Odiorne 
was qualified on the king's warrant "dated ye 11th day of July " pre- 
ceding (Council Book IV). Mr. Odiorne was representative from 
Newcastle at this time. His removal to the council is recorded in 
the "Journal of the House " under date "October 13th, 1724, P. M." 
On the 9th day of January 1727-28 (Journal of Council and Assembly), 
" Henry Sherburne, Esq. who had been heretofore recommended home 
in order for His Majesty's Mandamus to be of the Council in this 
Province," was admitted and qualified. Mr. Westbrook and Mr. 
Walton, learning "that their names were not entered in the Council 
Book in the order of Councillors as named in His Majesty's Instruc- 
tions," the former on May 20, and the latter on May 21, 1726, 
appealed to the lieutenant-governor to right the matter. On the 30th 



THE EARLY GOVERNMENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 11 

of June following, "the Consideration thereof was Suspended for the 
Space of Six months or til Gov. Shute's return" (Journal of General 
Assembly under above dates). 

John Wentworth received from George II a commission de novo to 
the lieutenancy of the province, dated "ye seventeenth day of Octo- 
ber 1727" (Miscellaneous Province and State Papers, Vol. II, p. 161). 

IX. Administration of William Burnet, Governor, and John 
Wentworth, Lieutenant-governor. 

Governor Burnet had commissions from George II, to the govern- 
ment both of Massachusetts and of New Hampshire. The records do 
not give the date of either. The latter was published November 2, 
1728, and terminated by his death September 7, 1729. 

The councillors named in Governor Burnet's instructions (Council 
Book IV, p. 234), were John Wentworth, Shadrach Walton, George 
Jaffrey, Thomas Westbrook, Richard Wibird, Archibald McPheadris, 
John Frost, Jotham Odiorne, Henry Sherburne, and Samuel Pen- 
hallow. 

Councillors Wentworth, Walton, Jaffrey, Wibird, Odiorne, and 
Sherburne qualified on the day of the publication of the governor's 
commission. Mr. McPheadris died in the year 1729. Mr. Penhallow, 
it will be remembered, died under the preceding administration. 
The news, however, had not reached the king's court when Governor 
Burnet's instructions passed the Great Seal. 

Of the proceedings of the Council during Governor Burnet's admin- 
istration, subsequent to the day of his inauguration, no separate 
records have been found. The existing records of this period, so far 
as the council is concerned, are styled "Journal of the Council and 
Assembly." This association of the records of the Council and House 
continued until 1742. 

X. Administration of Jonathan Belcher, Governor, and John 
Wentwortb, and David Dunbar, Lieutenant-governors. 

Mr. Belcher was the last royal governor that held commissions to 
the chief magistracy of both the provinces of Massachusetts and New 
Hampshire. His commission, from George II, as governor of New 
Hampshire was dated January 28, 1730; published August 25, 1730; 
and terminated by his dismission from office and the publication of 
Benning Wentworth' s first commission, December 13, 1741. 



12 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

The following are the councillors that served in this administration 
The list is made from the rolls heading the records of their daily- 
sessions as found in "Records of Council" and in "Journal of General 
Assembly." 

Shadrach Walton, president, George Jaffrey, Richard Waldron (2d), 
Thomas Westbrook, Richard Waldron, Jr., Richard Wibird, John 
Frost, Jotham Odiorne, Joshua Pierce, Benning Wentworth, Theodore 
Atkinson, Henry Sherburne, Joseph Sherburne, Ephraim Dennett, 
Ellis Huske, Benjamin Gambling, and John Rindge. 

Mr. Waldron died November 30, 1730. He had been secretary of 
the council since 1715. On the day following his decease, his son, 
whom we designate as Richard Waldron (3d), was appointed by 
Governor Belcher to succeed his father in the secretaryship; and on 
the next day he was admitted and qualified as councillor, to which 
office the governor had nominated him in place of Mr. Westbrook, 
"who had removed his residence from this province into the county 
of York " (Journal of General Assembly). Mr. Waldron's name 
appears the first time among the councillors in the roll of February 3, 
1730-31. His appointment was ratified by the king April 4, 1732, and 
he was " re-admitted and confirmed " the 31st of May succeeding (Mis- 
cellaneous Province and State Papers Vol. Ill, p. 21.) At this stage 
in this administration, there were still six vacancies in the council 
board. Five of these were occasioned by the deaths of Samuel 
Penhallow in Governor Shute's administration; of Archibald Mc- 
Pheadris in Governor Burnet's administration; of Mr. Waldron, as 
above mentioned; of Lieutenant-governor John Wentworth on the 
12th of December, 1730; and of Mark Hunking in the year 1731. The 
sixth vacancy was caused by the removal of Joseph Smith from the 
province, date unknown. For sometime previous to April 4, 1732, 
" Benjamin Gambling was of ye Board by ye immediate appointment of 
His Excellency to make up the number of Councillors seven." In the 
meantime, having been recommended to the Lords of Trade and by 
them recommended to the king " to supply one of the said vacancies," 
Mr. Gambling's appointment was ratified by the king's warrant of 
the above 4th of April, pursuant to which, he "was re-admitted and 
confirmed May ult. 1732," and was "Sworn & admitted a Councillor 
July 31, 1732" (Miscellaneous Province and State Papers Yol. Ill, pp. 
21, 20). Joshua Pierce, appointed to one of these vacancies by 



THE EARLY GOVERNMENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 13 

mandamus from the king, was admitted a short time subsequent to 
January 15, 1732-33, as appears from correspondence between himself 
and Governor Belcher in Provincial Papers Yol. IV, p. 629. Benning 
Wentworth was appointed to another of these vacancies by mandamus 
of Queen Caroline dated the 5th day of September 1732 (Miscellane- 
ous Province and State Papers Yol. Ill, p. 24); and by mandamus of 
the same date (Miscellaneous Papers Yol. Ill, p. 25), the Queen 
appointed Theodore Atkinson in the room of Joseph Smith above 
named. The warrants for Mr. Wentworth and Mr. Atkinson were 
laid before the council January 1, l733-'34. Being representatives 
at that time and not on the best terms with the governor, they did 
not accept, but were admitted the following session, October 12. Mr. 
Wibird died in October 1732. "In his room," Joseph Sherburne 
was " Sworn & admitted Jany. 1st, 1733-' 34, " on the king's warrant 
dated the 20th day of August preceding (Miscellaneous Papers Yol. 
Ill, p. 29). Mr. Frost died February 25, 1732-'33. "In his room" 
Ellis Huske, appointed by warrant of the king dated the 21st of 
August 1733, was "Sworn and admitted Jany. 1st 1733-34" (Miscel- 
laneous Papers Yol. Ill, p. 30). Mr. Gambling dying September 1, 
1737, John Rindge was admitted "in his room," November 17, 1738, 
on the king's mandamus of July 22 preceding. Mr. Rindge died 
November 6, 1740. "In his room" Richard Wibird (2d) was qualified 
July 9, 1741, on the king's warrant of the 29th of April preceding 
(Miscellaneous Papers Yol. Ill, p. 91). 

Immediately after the death of Lieutenant-governor John Went- 
worth, David Dunbar was "commissioned in his room " February 27, 
1731. Mr. Dunbar did not possess the friendship or even the good 
opinion of Governor Belcher, his superior in office. There is a record 
of his presence in the Council at Portsmouth July 1, 1731, but during 
the remainder of this administration Shadrach Walton, the senior 
councillor, presided in the absence of the governor. 

On the thirty eth day of November 1733, George II, thinking it 
for His Royal Service that all the Surveyors General of Customs in 
America should be admitted to sit and vote in the respective Councils 
of the several Islands and Provinces within their. Districts as Council- 
lors Extraodinary, issued instructions to Governor Belcher constituting 
and appointing John Peagrum Esqr., Surveyor-general of Customs in 
the Northern District of America, and the Survey or- general of 



14 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Customs within the said District for the time being, to be Councillors 
Extraordinary in the Province of New Hampshire, with the right to sit 
and vote in the Council of said Province during the time of his or 
their residence there. Pursuant to these instructions Mr. Surveyor 
Peagrum was sworn into the council June 25, 1737 (Miscellaneous 
Province and State Papers Yol. Ill, p. 31). 

XI. Administrations of Benning Wentworth, Governor, and John 
Temple, Lieutenant-governor. 

Benning Wentworth was the first royal governor whose jurisdiction 
pertained exclusively to New Hampshire, since Governor Allen. He 
was twice commissioned to this office. His first commission, by 
George II, was dated July 3, 1741, and published December 13, 1741. 
His second, by George III, was dated April 4, 1761; published 
December 24, 1761; and terminated by his resignation and the commis- 
sion of Governor John Wentworth dated August 11, 1766. 

The councillors named in Governor Benning Wentworth' s instruc- 
tions (Council Book VI, p. 77) under his first commission, were 
Shadrach Walton, George Jaffrey, Jotham Odiorne, Henry Sherburne, 
Richard Waldron (3d), Theodore Atkinson, Joshua Pierce, Joseph 
Sherburne, Ellis Huske, Richard Wibird (2d), Samuel Smith, and John 
Downing. 

The first meeting of the governor and council under this administra- 
tion was on January 13, 1741-42. The proceedings of the session are 
recorded in the " Journal of the Council and Assembly" of the above 
date. There were present, the governor, Mr. Waldron, Mr. Joseph 
Sherburne, Mr. Huske, Mr. Atkinson, and Mr. Wibird. On the fol- 
lowing day, the journal says, " His Excellency and the members of 
his Majesty's Council took the several oaths." The same journal under 
date of January 21, reads, " His Majesties Council this Day took the 
oath as Prescribed by the Law of the Province," and further the same 
day, "Samuel Smith & John Downing Esqrs. were this day admitted 
members of his Majesties Council by his Excellency the Gov 1 "., they 
having first taken the oaths." 

Mr. Walton, it is to be remembered, died in the preceding adminis- 
tration. It will here be seen that his death came after the issue and 
before the publication of the present instructions. Mr. Jaffrey was 
present in the council the last time, April 14, 1749. He died the 8th 



THE EARLY GOVERNMENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 15 

of May following. Mr. Odiorne died August 16, 1748; Mr. Henry 
Sherburne, December 29, 1757. Mr. Waldron was suspended by Gov. 
Wentworth, March 18, 1741-42. This act of the governor may be 
accounted for quite reasonably from the councillor's opposition to His 
Excellency, and his attachment to the head of the preceding adminis- 
tration. Mr. Waldron died the 23d of August, 1753; Mr. Pierce, Feb- 
ruary 7, 1743. Mr. Joseph Sherburne met with the council the last time, 
December 21, 1744, and died before the year ended (Province Papers 
Vol. V, p. 726). Mr. Huske sat in the council the last time, December 
21, 1752. He died in 1755. Mr. Smith died May 2, 1760. 

The following members were admitted to fill the vacancies in the 
board: Samuel Solly, on king's mandamus, April 11, 1743. Sampson 
Sheaf e, February 18, 1745-46, on mandamus dated April 17, 1745. His 
name first appears in the roll November 11, 1747. Daniel Warner, the 
22d day of January 1753, on mandamus from the Lords Justices. He 
sat the first time the 11th of April following. Joseph Newmarch, on 
mandamus May 15, 1754. He took his seat the same day. Mark 
Hunking Wentworth and James Nevin, according to records of the 
council, were admitted and qualified on mandamus April 16, 1759, 
while in the " Journal of the Council and Assembly" their names are 
in the roll of April 10, the same year. 

Several writers have included Joseph Blanchard among the council- 
lors in this administration from 1741 to the date of his death, April 
7, 1758. There is no record of his appointment nor of his presence in 
any meeting of the council. If appointed, it is reasonably certain he 
did not qualify or enter upon the duties of the office. The statements 
on this subject of Charles J. Fox in the History of Dunstable and of 
John B. Hill in Dunstable Bi-centennial are not sustained by the 
records. 

Mr. Solly removed to England about 1759. 

Lieutenant-governor Temple's commission was dated June 15, 1761, 
and published January 19, 1762. No official act of his is recorded. 

The councillors named in Gov. Benning Wentworth' s instructions 
under his second commission, were Theodore Atkinson, Richard 
Wibird (2d), Samuel Smith, John Downing, Sampson Sheafe, Daniel 
Warner, Joseph Newmarch, Mark Hunking Wentworth, James Nevin, 
William Temple, John Nelson, and Henry Apthorp. 

Councillors Atkinson, Wibird, Downing, Warner, Newmarch, Went- 



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worth, and Temple were present and qualified on the day of the 
publication of the present instructions, December 24, 1761. Mr. Smith 
had died after the present instructions were issued, but before they 
were published. Mr. Sheaf e, now advanced to fourscore years, 
declined to qualify. Mr. Nevin first met with this council January 1, 
1762. Mr. Temple last met with the board June 10, 1763; Mr. Down- 
ing, on the 6th of March, 1765; and Mr. Newmarch, the 4th of July 
following. Mr. Wibird died September 25, 1765. Mr. Nelson and Mr. 
Apthorp never served in the council. 

The following mandamus councillors were admitted to fill vacancies 
as they occurred: Theodore Atkinson, Jr., and Nathaniel Barrell, 
May 25, 1763; Peter Livius, May 23, 1765; Jonathan Warner, Daniel 
Rindge, Daniel Peirce, and George Jaffrey, June 25, 1766; Henry 
Sherburne (2d), promoted from the speakership of the house, July 11, 
1766. 

XI. Administration of John Wentworth, Governor, and John 
Temple, Lieutenant-governor. 

John Wentworth, the last royal governor of New Hampshire, was 
commissioned by George III. His commission was dated August 11, 
1766, and published June 13, 1767. 

The journals of the council and assembly during this administration 
are preserved, but the separate records of the council from June 30, 
1767 to December 22, 1772, and from January 4, 1774 to the end of the 
official career of Governor Wentworth in New Hampshire are not in 
the state archives. The personnel of the council during this adminis- 
tration is partly established by contemporaneous records. 

Either by a mandamus which was not recorded nor preserved, or by 
some other method, the council of twelve members as it existed at the 
close of the previous administration was continued in office. They 
were Theodore Atkinson, Daniel Warner, Mark Hunking Wentworth, 
Theodore Atkinson, Jr., Nathaniel Barrel, Peter Livius, Jonathan 
Warner, Daniel Rindge, Daniel Pierce, George Jaffrey, Henry Sher- 
burne (2d), and James Nevin. Of these, Henry Sherburne died March 
30, 1767, after the date of the commission of the governor, but before 
his return to New Hampshire. Nathaniel Barrel retired from the 
council in the autumn of 1767. James Nevin died February 6, 1769. 

These vacancies were filled by the appointment of Daniel Rogers, 



THE EARLY GOVERNMENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 17 

Peter Gilman, and Thomas Westbrook Waldron. Theodore Atkinson 
Jr., died October 28, 1769, and Paul Wentworth was immediately 
appointed to the board. Daniel Pierce died December 4, 1773, and 
John Sherburne was appointed and qualified the following year. In 
1774, or early in 1775, a mandamus was forwarded to the governor to 
admit Ammi Ruhamah Cutter to the council. On the plea that there 
was no vacancy, the governor refused to admit him. 

At the date of his appointment, Paul Wentworth was in England. 
He was subsequently named on several occasions as one of the council, 
but he did not return to America during the administration of Gov- 
ernor Wentworth. Peter Livius removed from the province in the 
spring of 1772. There is no record of any act creating one or more 
vacancies in the council, but near the close of the administration Mr. 
Cutter was summoned to attend the meetings of the council, and John 
Phillips and George Boyd were appointed. In the meantime, the revolt 
of the province was ripening into revolution, and a majority of the 
council was alienated from the governor. Mr. Boyd, who became a 
pronounced Tory, returned from England in the summer of 1775, and 
immediately qualified as a councillor of the royal governor. The 
administration at this time was suspended, and the official career of 
Mr. Boyd was exceedingly brief. Mr. Cutter, when summoned to the 
board by the governor and Mr. Phillips, more recently appointed, 
refused to attend. 



GOVERNMENT DURING THE REVOLUTION. 



Until July, 1774, the government of New Hampshire in every branch 
was the government incident to a dependent province amenable to and 
existing by favor of the mother country. It is a slender thread that 
connects the government of the province with the government of the 
state. In the House of Representatives, May 28, 1774, it was "Voted 
that the Honorable John Wentworth Esq., Speaker of this House, Sam- 
uel Cutts, Esqr., John Giddinge Esqr., Clement March Esqr., Josiah 
Bartlett Esqr., Mr. Henry Prescott & John Pickering Esqrs., be a Com- 
mittee of this House to correspond as occasion may require with the 
Committees that are or may be appointed by the several Houses of 
Representatives in our sister Colonies, and to exhibit to this House an 
account of such their Proceedings when Required." 

From this beginning and through the action of the committee named, 
by progressive steps a state was formed. 

This committee issued to the several towns a call for an election of 
delegates to be assembled at Exeter on the twenty-first day of July, 
1774. This convention or Provincial Congress, as it is generally styled, 
was succeeded by four other conventions of a similar character. The 
fifth or last convention was convened December 21, 1775, and on the 
fifth day of January, 1776, resolved itself into a house of represen- 
tatives and adopted a constitution. From that date to the present 
time, the government of New Hampshire under organic law has been 
continuous. 

The journals of the third, fourth, and fifth conventions or Provincial 
Congresses, with a complete roll of membership, are in the state 
archives, and are printed in State Papers, Yol. VII. Unfortunately, 
the journals of the first and second conventions are not preserved. 
The names of the patriots who attended these two memorable bodies 
do not appear in the records of the state and have not been previously 
printed. From the newspapers of the time, we are informed that 



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eighty-five members attended the first convention, and that one 
hundred and forty-four members were in attendance at the second 
convention. The following roll of membership has been compiled 
from town records. The records of a few towns have been burned or 
otherwise destroyed, and in one or more towns that evidently were 
represented, there is no record of an election. 



A ROLL OF SIXTY-FOUR OF THE EIGHTY-FIVE MEMBERS 
CONVENED IN THE FIRST CONVENTION AT EXETER, 
JULY 21, 1774. 

Amherst Paul Dudley Sargent. 

Atkinson Nathaniel Peabody. 

Barrington John Garland. 

Bedford. No record of an election. 

Boscawen . Henry Gerrish. 

Bow. No record of an election. 
Brentwood. No record of an election. 

Candia Abraham Fitts. 

Canterbury Ezekiel Morrill. 

Charlestown. No record of an election. 

Chester John Webster. 

Robert Wilson. 
Chichester. No record of an election. 
Deerfield. No record of an election. 
Derryfield [Manchester]. No record of an 

election. 
Dover John Waldron. 

Caleb Hodgdon. 

Joshua Wingate. 

Stephen Evans. 

Nathaniel Cooper. 

Dunstable [Nashua] Jonathan Lovewell. 

Durham ........ Ebenezer Thompson. 

John Sullivan. 
East Kingston Jacob Gale. 

Ebenezer Bachelor, 



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Epping Nehemiah Wheeler. 

Abraham Perkins. 
Epsom. No record of an election. 
Exeter John Giddinge. 

Theo. Gilman. 

Nathaniel Folsom. 

John Phillips. 

Samuel Gilman. 
Greenland Clement March. 

William Weeks. 
Hampstead. No record of an election. 
Hampton Jonathan Moulton. 

Josiah Moulton. 

Christopher Toppan. 

Josiah Moulton, 3d. 

Hampton Falls Meshech Weare. 

Hawke [Danville] Thomas St. Kanney. 

Hollis. No record of an election. 

Hopkinton Jonathan Straw. 

Keene. No record of an election. 

Kensington. Voted not to send a delegate. 

Kingston Josiah Bartlett. 

Jacob Hook. 

Benjamin Stevens. 
Lee Joseph Sias. 

Ebenezer Jones. 
Londonderry. No record of an election. 

Lyndeborough Ephraim Putnam. 

Madbury John Wingate. 

Mason Amos Dakin. 

Merrimack. No record of an election. 
Packersfield [Nelson]. No record of an election. 
New Boston. No record of an election. 

Newington Richard Downing. 

New Ipswich. No record of an election. 
Newmarket. Probably was represented; 
the records for a few years previous to 
1784 are lost. 



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Newton Stephen Bartlett. 

North Hampton. A warrant was posted, but 

no record of a meeting is found. 
Northwood. No record of an election. 
Nottingham. No record of an election. 
Orford. No record of an election. 
Pelham. No record of an election. 

Poplin [Fremont] Zaccheus Clough. 

Portsmouth Jacob Sheafe. 

John Langdon. 

Samuel Cutts. 

Woodbury Langdon. 

John Pickering. 

Supply Clapp. 

Samuel Hale, Jr. 

Raymond John Dudley. 

Rochester James Knowles. 

Rye Samuel Knowles. 

Samuel Jenness. 
Salisbury. No record of an election. 

Sanbornton. No record of an election. 

Sandown Samuel Sleeper. 

Seabrook . Henry Robie. 

Somersworth Ichabod Rollins. 

John Wentworth. 
Strath am Stephen Boardman. 

Simon Wiggin. 

Temple . Samuel Webster. 

Wilton Jacob Abbot. 



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A KOLL OF ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-ONE OF THE 
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOUR MEMBERS CON- 
VENED IN THE SECOND CONVENTION AT EXETER, 
JANUARY 25, 1775. 

Amherst Paul Dudley Sargent. 

Atkinson Nathaniel Peabody. 

Thomas Noyes. 

Daniel Poor. 

Barringion John Garland. 

Bedford James Marten. 

Boscawen Henry Gerrish. 

Bow. Voted not to send a delegate. 

Brentwood Samuel Dudley. 

Elisha Sanborn. 

Thomas Peabody. 

Candia Moses Baker. 

Canterbury Samuel Ames. 

Charlestown Elijah Grout. 

Chester John Webster. 

Robert Wilson. 

Samuel Robie. 

Matthew Forsaith. 

French. 

Robert Calfe. 

Chichester Elijah Ring. 

Deerfield Daniel Moore. 

Moses Marshall. 
Derryfield. Voted not to send a delegate. 

Dover Caleb Hodgdon. 

John Waldron, 3d. 

Joshua Wingate. 

Stephen Evans. 

Nathaniel Cooper. 
Dunstable Jonathan LovewelL 

Joseph Eayrs. 

Robert Fletcher. 



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Durham Ebenezer Thompson. 

John Sullivan. 
Epping David Lawrence. 

Abraham Perkins. 

Enoch Coffin. 

James Norris. 

Seth Fogg. 
Epsom Andrew McClary. 

John McClary. 
Exeter Nathaniel Folsom. 

Theo. Gilman. 

Exeter Nicholas Gilman. 

» William Parker. 

John Giddinge. 
Greenland Clement March. 

William Weeks. 

Nathan Johnson. 
Hampton Jonathan Moulton. 

Christopher Toppan. 

Jeremiah Sanborn. 

Josiah Moulton. 

Anthony Emery. 

Amos Coffin. 

William Lane. 

Josiah Moulton, 3d. 

John Fogg. 
Hampton Falls Meshech Weare. 

Jonathan Burnam. 

Paine Wingate. 

Jonathan Tilton. 

Caleb Sanborn. 
Hawke Thomas St. Ranney. 

Moses Colby. 

David Tilton. 

Hollis John Hale. 

Hopkinton Joshua Bayley. 

Keene . Isaac Wyman. 

Kensington Jonathan Dow. 



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Kensington Nathaniel Healy. 

Benjamin Rowe. 

Ezekiel Worthen. 

Wm. Ebenezer Potter. 
Kingston Josiah Bartlett. 

Ebenezer Stevens. 

Jacob Hook. 
Lee Joseph Sias. 

John Layn. 
Londonderry Moses Barnet. 

James MacGregore. 

Lyndeborough Benjamin Jones. 

Madbury . . . • . . . . John Wingate. 

Merrimack John Chamberlain. 

Packersfield [Nelson], Yoted not to send 
a delegate. 

New Boston Jonathan Gove. 

Newington Richard Downing. 

John Nutter. 

New Ipswich Isaac Appleton. 

Newmarket. Records lost. 

Newton Stephen Bartlett. 

Robert Stuart. 
North Hampton David Marston. 

Levi Dearborn. 

North wood Benjamin Hill. 

Nottingham Joseph Cilley. 

Benjamin Butler. 
Orford. Voted not to send a delegate. 

Pelham Aaron Wyman. 

Poplin Zaccheus Clough. 

William Eastman. 
Portsmouth John Pickering. 

Samuel Cutts. 

William Whipple. 

John Langdon. 

Supply Clapp. 

Pierse Long. 

John Penh allow. 



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Rochester James Knowles. 

Ebenezer Tebbetts. 

Salisbury Leonard Judkins. 

Sanbornton , Joseph Woodman. 

Sandown Samuel Sanborn. 

Robert Collins. 

Moses Hook. 
Seabrook Henry Robie. 

Richard Smith. 
Seabrook Winthrop Gove. 

Benjamin Leavitt. 
Somersworth Ichabod Rollins. 

John Wentworth. 
South Hampton . .... Eliphalet Merrill. 

Phillips White. 

Abel Brown. 

Temple Francis Blood. 

Wilton ..." Jacob Abbot. 

The next convention, styled the Third Provincial Congress, con- 
vened at Exeter, April 21, 1775, and was dissolved early in May follow- 
ing. There is no record of a vote of adjournment, but the last entry 
is under date of May 2. Sixty-eight delegates were in attendance. 

The Fourth Provincial Congress convened at Exeter, May 17, 1775, 
and continued in session until the tenth day of June. It was reassem- 
bled August 22, 1775, and remained in session until September 2, when 
it adjourned to October 31. It was dissolved November 15, 1775. One 
hundred and thirty-three members participated in the proceedings. 

The Fifth Provincial Congress convened at Exeter, December 21, 1775. 
This memorable body will be mentioned in a later paragraph. The 
journals of the Third and Fourth Provincial Congresses are printed in 
Vol. VII, State Papers. 



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THE COMMITTEE OF SAFETY. 

Under the temporary constitution of New Hampshire, which was in 
force from January 5, 1776, to June 2, 1784, the Committee of Safety 
was an important and necessary factor of the state government. The 
constitution for this period made no provision for a governor or other 
executive officer. To the council and house of representatives acting 
in concurrence or in joint assembly, were delegated both legislative 
and executive powers. By adjournment, several sessions were holden 
each year, and to continue a government without interruption, a Com- 
mittee of Safety was chosen from the house and the council to admin- 
ister the government whenever the legislature was not in session. 
For the first three years, a new Committee was generally chosen for 
each recess of the legislature. Later, the Committees were instructed 
to serve until a new Committee was chosen, and beginning with 1780, 
the term of service was the legislative year. Three Committees of 
Safety were chosen by the conventions or provincial congresses, prior 
to January 5, 1776, and eighteen were chosen under the temporary con- 
stitution. 

A complete record of the election of the Committees of Safety has 
not heretofore been printed. The names and the dates of election on 
the following pages are probably correct and complete. 

A Committee of Correspondence was chosen by the Second Provin- 
cial Congress, January 25, 1775, and continued in service until April 
21, 1775: 

John Wentworth, Ebenezer Thompson, 

Nathaniel Folsom, William Whipple, 

Meshech Weare, Samuel Cutts, 

Josiah Bartlett, John Pickering. 
Christopher Toppan, 

A special Committee of Correspondence was chosen by the Third 
Provincial Congress, May 2, 1775, and continued in service until May 
17, 1775. 

Nathaniel Folsom, Josiah Bartlett. 

John Giddinge, 



GOVERNMENT DURING THE REVOLUTION. 27 

The Fourth Provincial Congress chose the following Committee of 
Safety, May 20, 1775; they were continued in office until December 21, 
1775: 

Matthew Thornton, Nathaniel Folsom, 

Josiah Bartlett, Ebenezer Thompson. 

William Whipple, 

May 24, the following members were added to the Committee: 

Israel Morey, Samuel Ashley, 

Samuel Webster, Josiah Moulton. 

Meshech Weare took a seat in the convention July 5, and on the 
same day was added to the Committee. 

In January, 1776, the legislature chose the following Committee of 
Safety, that served until the legislature was reconvened, March 6, 1776. 

Meschech Weare, Phillips White, 

Nathaniel Folsom, Josiah Moulton, 

Ebenezer Thompson, Pierse Long, 

David Gilman, Nathaniel Sartel Prentice. 

The following named committees were chosen by the legislature 
and their terms of office expired on the dates stated. 

Chosen March 22, 1776: Expired June 5, 1776. 

Meshech Weare, Pierse Long, 

Nathaniel Folsom, John Dudley, 

Ebenezer Thompson, Stephen Evans, 

Phillips White, Robert Wilson. 
Josiah Moulton, 

Chosen July 5, 1776: Expired September 4, 1776. 

Meshech Weare, Ebenezer Thompson, 

Matthew Thornton, Wyseman Claggett, 

Nathaniel Folsom, Josiah Moulton, 

Phillips White, Benjamin Barker, 

John Dudley, Nathaniel Sartel Prentice, 

Timothy Walker, Jr., Pierse Long, 

Matthew Patten, John Smith. 
Otis Baker, 



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Chosen September 19, 1776 : 

Meshecli Weare, 
Nathaniel Folsom, 
Phillips White, 
Samuel Cutts, 
John Dudley, 
Josiah Moulton, 



Expired December 18, 1776. 

Ebenezer Thompson, 
Wyseman Claggett, 
John Smith, 
Otis Baker, 
Richard Downing, 
Matthew Patten. 



Chosen January 10, 1777: Expired March 12, 1777. 

Meshecli Weare, Josiah Bartlett, 

Nicholas Gilman, Ebenezer Thompson, 

Benjamin Barker, George Gains, 

Thomas Odiorne, John Wentworth, Jr., 

John Dudley, Nathaniel Peabody, 

Josiah Moulton, Levi Dearborn. 



Chosen April 9, 

Meshecli Weare, 
Josiah Bartlett, 
George Gains, 
Josiah Moulton, 
Nicholas Gilman, 
Ebenezer Thompson, 



1777: Expired June 4, 1777. 

Nathaniel Peabody, 
Thomas Odiorne, 
John Dudley, 
John Smith, 
John McClary, 
Ebenezer Potter. 



Chosen June 13, 1777 

Meshecli Weare, 
Josiah Bartlett, 
John Dudley, 
George Gains, 
Josiah Moulton, 
John Wentworth, Jr., 
Nathaniel Peabody, 



Expired December 14, 1777. 

Nicholas Gilman, 
Ebenezer Thompson, 
John McClary, 
Thomas Odiorne, 
Jonathan Lovewell, 
Benjamin Giles. 



Chosen December 20, 1777: Expired May 20, 1778. 
Meshecli Weare, Josiah Bartlett, 



Ebenezer Thompson, 
Jonathan Blanch ard, 
Nathaniel Peabody, 



Nicholas Gilman, 
John McClary, 
George Gains, 



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Thomas Odiorne, Josiah Moulton, 

John Dudley, John Wentworth, Jr., 

Benjamin Giles. 

March 13, 1778, the House of Representatives named for a Commit- 
tee of Safety: Meshech Weare, Ebenezer Thompson, Nicholas Gilman, 
John Dudley, John Webster, John McClary, George Gains, Josiah 
Moulton, Thomas Odiorne, Samuel Hobart, Samuel Philbrick, Eben- 
ezer Potter, Samuel Patten. The council did not concur and the 
committee chosen December 20, 1777, continued in service until the 
legislature convened May 20, 1778. 

Chosen May 23, 1778: Expired August 12, 177S. 

Meshech Weare, Samuel Philbrick, 

Ebenezer Thompson, Thomas Odiorne, 

Nicholas Gilman, John Calfe, 

John Dudley, Samuel Gilman, 

George Gains, Thomas Bartlett, 

Nathaniel Peabody, Hercules Mooney. 
Josiah Moulton, 



Chosen August 20, 1778: 

Meshech Weare, 
Ebenezer Thompson, 
Nicholas Gilman, 
John Dudley, 
George Gains, 
John McClary, 
Josiah Moulton, 



Expired December 16, 1778. 

Samuel Philbrick, 
Thomas Odiorne, 
John Calfe, 
Samuel Gilman, 
Thomas Bartlett, 
Jonathan Love well. 



Chosen December 23, 1778: Expired March 10, 1779. 

Meshech Weare, Nathaniel Folsom, 

Josiah Bartlett, Hercules Mooney, 

Nicholas Gilman, John McClary, 

Ebenezer Thompson, George Gains, 

Nathaniel Peabody, John Dudley, 

Samuel Gilman, Josiah Moulton. 

Chosen April 1, 1779: Expired December 15, 1779. 
Meshech Weare, Nathaniel Folsom, 

Ebenezer Thompson, George Gains, 



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Josiah Bartlett, Josiah Moulton, 

John McClary, Samuel Hobart. 
John Dudley, 

Chosen January 1, 1780: Expired February 9, 1780. 

Meshech Weare, George Gains, 

Ebenezer Thompson, Josiah Moulton. 
John Dudley, 

Chosen March 18, 1780: Expired December 20, 1780. 



Meshech Weare, 
Josiah Bartlett, 
Ebenezer Thompson, 
John Dudley, 



Josiah Moulton, 
George Gains, 
John Calfe. 



1781 



Expired December 19, 1781. 

John Smith, 

John Taylor Gilman, 

John McClary. 



Chosen January 21 

Meshech Weare, 

Josiah Bartlett, 

John Dudley, 

John Calfe, 

George Atkinson was chosen and declined. 

Chosen December 27, 1781 : Expired December 18, 1782. 

Meshech Weare, John Taylor Gilman, 

Josiah Bartlett, John McClary, chosen Jan. 18, 1782. 

John Calfe, Phillips White, " " " 

John Dudley, 

John Taylor Gilman and Phillips White were subsequently elected 
delegates to Congress, and Ephraim Robinson and George Gains were 
added to the committee. 

Chosen December 28, 1782: Expired December 17, 1783. 
Meshech Weare, John Calfe, 

Josiah Bartlett, Nathaniel Folsom. 

John Dudley, 

Chosen January 1, 1784: Expired June 2, 1784. 
Meshech Weare, John Calfe, 

Josiah Bartlett, Joseph Gilman. 

John Dudley, 



GOVERNMENT DURING THE REVOLUTION. 



31 



SUMMARY 



Names and residences of persons 
tee of Safety : 

Samuel Ashley, Winchester. 
George Atkinson, Portsmouth. 
Otis Baker, Dover. 
Benjamin Barker, Stratham. 
Josiah Bartlett, Kingston. 
Thomas Bartlett, Nottingham. 
Jonathan Blanchard, Dunstable. 
John Calfe, Hampstead. 
Wyseman Claggett, Litchfield. 
Samuel Cutts, Portsmouth. 
Levi Dearborn, North Hampton. 
Richard Downing, Newington. 
John Dudley, Raymond. 
Stephen Evans, Dover. 
Nathaniel Folsom, Exeter. 
George Gains, Portsmouth. 
John Giddinge, Exeter. 
Benjamin Giles, Newport. 
David Gilman, Pembroke. 
John Taylor Gilman, Exeter. 
Joseph Gilman, Exeter. 
Nicholas Gilman, Exeter. 
Samuel Gilman, Newmarket. 
Samuel Hobart, Hollis and Exeter. 
Pierse Long, Portsmouth. 
Jonathan Lovewell, Dunstable. 



who were members of the Commit- 

John Mc Clary, Epsom. 
Hercules Mooney, Lee. 
Israel Morey, Orford. 
Josiah Moulton, Hampton. 
Thomas Odiorne, Exeter. 
Matthew Patten, Bedford. 
Samuel Patten, Bedford. 
Nathaniel Peabody, Atkinson. 
Samuel Philbrick, Kingston. 
John Pickering, Portsmouth. 
Ebenezer Potter, Kensington. 
Nathaniel Sartel Prentice, Alstead. 
Ephraim Robinson, Exeter. 
John Smith, Durham. 
Ebenezer Thompson, Durham. 
Matthew Thornton, Londonderry. 
Christopher Toppan, Hampton. 
Timothy Walker, Jr., Concord. 
Meshech Weare, Hampton Falls. 
John Webster, Chester. 
Samuel Webster, Temple. 
John Wentworth, Somersworth. 
John Wentworth, Jr., Dover. 
William Whipple, Portsmouth. 
Phillips White, South Hampton. 
Robert Wilson, Chester. 



THE COUNCIL. 



In the call for the Fifth Provincial Congress, it was recommended that 
there be a full and a free representation of the people and that the 
delegates be authorized to " establish such a form of government as 
in their judgment will best produce the happiness of the people and 
most effectually secure peace and good order in the province dur- 
ing the continuance of the present dispute between Great Britian and 
the Colonies." This convention assembled at Exeter, December 21, 
1775. 

Having adopted a temporary constitution, January 5, 1776, and in 
accordance with the terms of that instrument, the House of Representa- 
tives on the following day chose a coordinate branch of twelve 
members which they called and which subsequently has been called a 
council, but in the present use of the term it was a senate. Subse- 
quently, in accordance with the new plan of government, the two 
branches of the legislature were elected annually by the people, and 
convened on the third Wednesday of December of each year. 

By the terms of the constitution, five councillors were chosen from 
Rockingham county ; two each from Strafford, Hillsborough, and Chesh- 
ire; and one from Grafton. 

There are in print several exhibits of the council under the tempo- 
rary constitution. Several of these tables omit entirely the council 
which convened December 17, 1783, and was dissolved June 2, 1784, by 
the operation of the new or present constitution ; and none of the prints 
present a separate view of the nine councils or senates elected during 
the most interesting and important period of the history of New 
Hampshire. 

The councillors for each legislative year were as follows: 

1776. 

Rockingham County. — Meshech Weare, Matthew Thornton, Wil- 
liam Whipple, Josiah Bartlett, Nathaniel Folsom. 



GOVERNMENT DURING THE REVOLUTION. 33 

Strafford County.— Thomas Westbrook Waldron,* Ebenezer 
Thompson. 
Hillsborough County.— Wyseman Claggett, Jonathan Blanchard. 
Cheshire County.— Samuel Ashley, Benjamin Giles. 
Grafton County. — John Hurd. 

1777. 

For the official year 1777, the General Court convened December 18, 
1776, and the following councillors, elected by the people, "took their 
seats at the Board" : 

Rockingham County. — Meshech Weare, Josiah Bartlett, Nicholas 
Gilman, George King, Timothy Walker, Jr. 
Strafford County. — John Wentworth, Ebenezer Thompson. 
Hillsborough County". — Jonathan Blanchard, Matthew Patten. 
Cheshire County. — Benjamin Bellows, Samuel Ashley. 

1778. 

For the official year 1778, the councillors were: 

Rockingham County. — Meshech Weare, Josiah Bartlett, Nicholas 
Gilman, George King, Timothy Walker, Jr. 
Strafford County. — John Wentworth, Ebenezer Thompson. 
Hillsborough County. — Jonathan Blanchard, Matthew Patten. 
Cheshire County. — Samuel Ashley, Benjamin Bellows. 

1779. 

For the official year 1779, the councillors were: 

Rockingham County. — Meshech Weare, Josiah Bartlett, Nicholas 
Gilman, George King, Timothy Walker, Jr. 
Strafford County. — John Wentworth, Ebenezer Thompson. 
Hillsborough County. — Moses Nichols, Jacob Abbot. 
Cheshire County. — Samuel Ashley, Benjamin Bellows. 
Grafton County. — Charles Johnston. 

* Thomas Westbrook Waldron did not qualify, and January 17, 1776, John 
Wentworth of Somersworth was chosen to till the vacancy. 
3 



34 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

1780. 

For the official year 1780, the councillors were: 

Rockingham County. — Meshech Weare, Josiah Bartlett, Nicholas 
Gilraan, Matthew Thornton, George Atkinson.* 

Strafford County. — John VVentworth, Ebenezer Thompson. 
Hillsborough County. — Timothy Farrar, Jacob Abbot. 
Cheshire County. — Enoch Hale, Samuel Hunt. 
Grafton County. — Francis Worcester. 

1781. 

For the official year 1781, the councillors were: 

Rockingham County. — Meshech Weare, Josiah Bartlett, Nicholas 
Gilman, John McClary, Woodbury Langdon. 

Strafford County. — George Frost, John Wentworth. 
Hillsborough County. — Wyseman Claggett, John Hale. 
Cheshire County.— Enoch Hale. 
Grafton County. — Charles Johnston. 

John Wentworth, Sr. died May 17, 1781, and his son, John Went- 
worth, Jr. was elected to fill the unexpired term. The service of the 
lather and the son has sometimes been confused. John Wentworth, 
Sr. was a member of the council from January 1776 to the date of his 
death. John Wentworth, Jr. was a member from June 1781 until 
the close of the official year, and for the two succeeding years. 

1782. 

For the official year 1782, the councillors were: 

Rockingham County.— Meshech Weare, Josiah Bartlett, Nicholas 
Gilman, John McClary, Woodbury Langdon. 
Strafford County. — George Frost, John Wentworth, Jr. 
Hillsborough County. — Timothy Farrar, Jacob Abbot. 
Cheshire County. — Benjamin Bellows, Thomas Sparhawk. 
Grafton County. — Francis Worcester. 

*George King and George Atkinson are one and the same person. The name 
of George King was changed to George Atkinson in October 1779. 



GOVERNMENT DURING THE REVOLUTION. 



35 



1783. 

For the official year 1783, the councillors were: 

Rockingham County. — Meshech Weare, Josiah Bartlett, Nicholas 
Gilraan, John McClary, Woodbury Langdon. 
Strafford County. — George Frost, John Wentworth, Jr. 
Hillsborough County. — Timothy Farrar, Jacob Abbot. 
Cheshire County.— Benjamin Bellows, Thomas Sparhawk. 
Grafton County. — Francis Worcester. 

1784. 

For the official year ending June 1784, the councillors were: 
Rockingham County. — Meshech Weare, Josiah Bartlett, John 
McClary, Woodbury Langdon, Nathaniel Folsom. 
Strafford County. — George Frost, Ebenezer Thompson. 
Hillsborough County. — Francis Blood, Timothy Farrar. 
Cheshire County. — Enoch Hale. 
Grafton County. — Moses Dow. 



Claremont, 1783 



Summary giving the number of years' service of the several council- 
lors from January 1776 to June 1784 and the residence of each. Dur- 
ing this period, there were nine councils of twelve members each. 
There were in fact four vacancies, and the exhibit of 104 years is cor- 
rect. 

Years. 

4 
4 
9 
5 
3 
1 
2 
1 
4 
2 
4 
1 



1. Jacob Abbot, Wilton 

2. Samuel Ashley, Winchester, removed t( 

3. Josiah Bartlett, Kingston 

4. Benjamin Bellows, Walpole . 

5. Jonathan Blanchard, Dunstable 
(5. Francis Blood, Temple . 

7. Wyseman Claggett, Litchfield 

8. Moses Dow, Haverhill 

9. Timothy Farrar, New Ipswicl 

10. Nathaniel Folsom, Exeter 

11. George Frost, Durham 

12. Benjamin Giles, Newport 



36 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Years. 

13. Nicholas Gilman, Exeter 7 

14. Enoch Hale, Kindge, removed to Walpole, 1785 ... 3 

15. John Hale, Hollis 1 

16. Samuel Hunt, Charlestown 1 

17. John Hurd, Haverhill . 1 

18. Charles Johnston, Haverhill 2 

19. George Kiug (Atkinson), Portsmouth 4 

20. Woodbury Langdon, Portsmouth 4 

21. John McClary, Epsom 4 

22. Moses Nichols, Amherst . . 1 

23. Matthew Patten, Bedford ....... 2 

24. Thomas Sparhawk, Walpole . 2 

25. Ebenezer Thompson, Durham 6 

20. Matthew Thornton, Londonderry 2 

27. Timothy Walker, Jr., Concord 3 

28. Meshech Weare, Hampton Falls 9 

29. John Wentworth, Si\, Somersworth 5£ 

30. John Wentworth, Jr., Dover ....... 2| 

31. William Whipple, Portsmouth 1 

32. Francis Worcester, Plymouth 3 

Total 104 



NATIONAL POLITICAL CONVENTIONS. 



Under this style, in continuation of the subject commenced in the 
Vlannal of 1893, is presented a view of the several political conventions 
reliminary to the presidential election of 1890. 

PROHIBITION PARTY CONVENTION, 
PITTSBURG, PENN., MAY 27, 189G. 

NOMINATED. 

President — Joshua Levering, of Maryland; 
Vice-president — Hale Johnson, of Illinois. 

delegates: 

Henry O. Jackson, of Littleton. 
John C. Berry, of Plymouth. 
Robert A. Frohock, of Alton. 
Henry E. Brawn, of Laconia. 
Franklin L. Sprague, of Keene. 
Charles E. Doying, of Nashua. 
Charles E. Drury, of Bath. 
Isaac B. Vail, of Manchester. 
Cyrus F. Burge, of Hoi lis. 

National Committee— Henry O. Jackson and Isaac B. Vail. 



From the Prohibition Party Convention, a part of the delegates, dis- 
senting from the platform adopted, withdrew and organized another 
convention under the name: 



38 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

NATIONAL PARTY CONVENTION. 

NOMINATED. 

President — Charles E. Bentley, of Nebraska; 
Vice-president — James H. Southgate, of North Carolina. 

The delegates from New Hampshire, who withdrew and partici- 
pated in this convention, were: 

Charles E. Drury. 
Charles E. Doying. 
Robert A. Frohock. 

National Committee — Charles E. Drury and Charles E. Doying. 



REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. 

ST. LOUIS, JUNE 16, 1896. 

NOMINATED. 

President — William McKinley, of Ohio; 
Vice-president — Garret A. Hobart, of New Jersey. 

delegates: 



Stephen S. Jevvett, of Laconia, 
Frank S. Streeter, of Concord, 
Charles T. Means, of Manchester, 
James A. Wood, of Acworth, 



at large. 



Charles B. Gafney, of Rochester, ) lgt Cong Dis trict. 
William D. Sawyer, of Dover, S 

John A. Spalding, of Nashua, ) M Co District _ 
John H. Brown, of Bristol, > 

Member of the National Committee— Person C. Cheney, of Man- 
chester. 



NATIONAL POLITICAL CONVENTIONS. 39 

SOCIALIST-LABOR CONVENTION. 
NEW YORK, JULY 4, 1896. 

NOMINATED. 

President — Charles H. Matchett, of New York; 
Vice-president — Matthew Maguire, of New Jersey. 

delegates: 

Benjamin T. Whitehonse, of Dover. 
F. G. R. Gordon, of Manchester. 
John Mansfield, of Manchester. 



DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. 
CHICAGO, JULY 7, 189G. 



NOMINATED. 



President — William J. Bryan, of Nebraska; 
Vice-president — Arthur Sewall, of Maine. 



delegates: 



Frank Jones, of Portsmouth, ] 



Alvah W. Sulloway, of Franklin, 
Irving W. Drew, of Lancaster, 
Charles A. Sinclair, of Portsmouth, J 



I 

}■ at large. 



Herbert J. Jones, of Alton, 
Gordon Woodbury, of Bedford, 



1st Cong. District. 



Jeremiah J. Doyle, of Nashua, ) , 

a xr TDi v e t> ^i r 2d Cong. District. 

Amos N. Blandin, of Bath, > 

Member of the National Committee — Alvah W. Sulloway, who 
resigned the 2d of September; and in his stead, True L. Norris of 
Portsmouth was appointed. 



40 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

PEOPLE'S PARTY CONVENTION. 
ST. LOUIS, JULY 22, 1896. 

NOMINATED. 

President — William J. Bryan, of Nebraska; 
Vice-president — Thomas E. Watson, of Georgia. 

delegates: 

Dorrance B. Currier, of Hanover. 
Prescott Robinson, of Laconia. 
Gardner J. Greenleaf, of Portsmouth. 
George D. Epps, of Francestown. 

Mr. Robinson did not attend the convention; and John J. Streeter 
of Hinsdale acted in his stead. 



SILVER PARTY CONVENTION. 
ST. LOUIS, JULY 22, 1896. 

NOMINATED. 

President — William J. Bryan, of Nebraska; 
Vice-president — Arthur Sewall of Maine. 

delegates: 

New Hampshire was not represented. 



NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. 
INDIANAPOLIS, SEPTEMBER 2, 1896. 



NOMINATED. 



President — John M. Palmer, of Illinois; 
Vice-president — Simon B. Buckner, of Kentucky. 



f- 1st Cong. District, 
ashua, > 



NATIONAL POLITICAL CONVENTIONS. 41 

delegates: 

Gordon Woodbury, of Bedford, 1 

George B. Chandler, of Manchester, I , , 

f - at large. 
Josiah Carpenter, " | 

Francis M. Hoyt, " J 

John Dowst, of Manchester, 

Eugene F. McQuesten, of Nashua 

Clarence E. Carr, of Andover, > , n _. j . 

„ , , „ „,., , r 2d Cong. District. 

Albert S. Batchellor, of Littleton, ) 

Mr. McQuesten did not attend the convention; and Wendell Baker 

of Portsmouth, alternate, acted in his stead. 

Member of the National Committee — Gordon Woodbury. 



The Campaign committees of the several parties for 1896, generally 
styled State Central Committees, were organized in this state as 
follows: 

REPUBLICAN. 

John A. Spalding, Nashua, Chairman. 
James O. Lyford, Concord, Secretary. 
William F. Thayer, Concord, Treasurer. 

DEMOCRATIC. 

JohnT. Amey, Lancaster, Chairman. 
Daniel M. White, Peterborough, Secretary. 
Eliphalet S. Nutter, Concord, Treasurer. 

NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC. 



Gordon Woodbury, Bedford, Chairman. 
E. J. Burnham, Manchester, Secretary. 
John M. Mitchell, Concord, Treasurer. 



PROHIBITION. 



Henry O. Jackson, Littleton, Chairman. 
Frank K. Chase, Concord, Secretary. 



42 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

NATIONAL. 

Charles E. Drury, Bath, Chairman. 

Charles W. Coolidge, New Hampton, Secretary. 

people's party. 

Dorrance 13. Currier, Hanover, Chairman. 
Alden G. Kelley, Derry, Secretary. 

SOCIALIST-LABOR PARTY. 

Fred G. R. Gordon, Manchester, Organizer. 
Almon B. Colby, Manchester, Secretary. 



The Manual for 1893 contains an exhibit of the various national 
political conventions held in the United States prior to, and during 
the year 1892. The article aimed to give a correct presentation of the 
names of the candidates for president and vice-president nominated 
by the different political parties, and the names of the delegates from 
New Hampshire to each convention. It was found (too late, however, 
for correction), that the account of the conventions of 1872 was, in 
some respects, inaccurate and incomplete. It is here reprinted with 
the necessary corrections and additions. 



LIBERAL REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. 
CINCINNATI, MAY 1, 1872. 

NOMINATED. 

President — Horace Greeley, of New York; 
Vice-president — B. Gratz Brown, of Missouri. 

delegates: 

William II. Gove, of Weare. 
Edward D. Baker, of Claremont. 
Henry O. Kent, of Lancaster. 

Member of the National Committee — Henry O. Kent. 



NATIONAL POLITICAL CONVENTIONS. 43 

REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. 
PHILADELPHIA, JUNE 5, 1872. 

NOMINATED. 

President — Ulysses S. Grant, of Illinois; 
Vice-president — Henry Wilson, of Massachusetts. 

delegates: 

Frederick Smyth, of Manchester, 1 

William H. Y. Hackett, of Portsmouth, , , 

' ' y at large. 

James W. Johnson, of Enfield, 

Ossian Hay, of Lancaster, 

Charles S. Whitehouse, of Rochester, 
Albert G. Folsom, of Laconia, 

Orren C. Moore, of Nashua, ) n _ _, ■*.... 

■^ . , ^ , , ,, , ,. f 2d Cong. District. 

Daniel Barnard, of Franklin, ) 

Dexter Richards, of Newport, 

district. 



r 1st Cong. District. 



I 3d Cong. Di 



George B. Tvvitchcll, of Keene, 
Member of National Committee — William E. Chandler, of Concord. 



DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. 

BALTIMORE, JULY 9, 1S72. 

Endorsed the nominations made by the Liberal Republican Conven- 
tion which convened at Cincinnati, Ohio, May 1, 1872. 

delegates: 

Two from each Councillor District, — 

Frank Jones, of Portsmouth, ) 

Michael T. Donahoe, of Concord, > 

Ira A. Eastman, of Gilmanton, > . . , __ n 

wit o a \t> , C District No. 2. 

William Rand, of Rochester, > 



44 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Martin V. B. Edgerly, of Manchester, 
Warren F. Daniell, of Franklin 

Charles G. Chandler, of Keene, 
George E. Dame, of Newport, 

Harry Bingham, of Littleton, 



. District No. 3. 
Warren F. Darnell, of Franklin, 

I District No. 4. 
George E. Dame, of Newport, > 



, District No. 5. 
Joseph A. Dodge, of Plymouth 

According to the journal of this convention, David M. Clough, of 
Canterbury, George W. M. Pitman, of Bartlett, Alvah W. Sulloway, of 
Franklin, and George F. Putnam, of Warren, attended instead of Mr. 
Donahoe, Mr. Eastman, Mr. Daniell, and Mr. Dodge. 

Member of National Committee — Martin V. B. Edgerly. 



Besides the three leading political conventions of the year 1872, 
above noticed, others were held as follows: The Labor Reform Party 
convened in Columbus, Ohio, the 21st day of February, and nomi- 
nated David Davis, of Illinois, for president, and Joel Parker, of New 
Jersey, for vice-president. These candidates having declined, a Work- 
ingmen's Convention was held in Philadelphia, August 22, which 
nominated Charles O' Conor of New York, for president, but did not 
name a candidate for vice-president. 

The Prohibition Party held its national convention in Columbus, 
Ohio, February 22, and nominated James Black, of Pennsylvania, for 
president, and for vice-president, John Russell, of Michigan. 

The action of the regular Democratic convention in Baltimore not 
proving satisfactory to the entire party, the more conservative portion, 
known as Straight-out Democrats, held a convention in Louisville, 
Ky., the 3d day of September, which placed in nomination for presi- 
dent, Charles O' Conor, of New York, and for vice-president, Charles 
Francis Adams, of Massachusetts. 

A convention without specific name, but generally known as the 
Anti-Grant and Anti-Greeley Convention, was held in New York on 
the 20th of June, which nominated William S. Groesbeck, of Ohio, for 
president, and Frederick L. Olmstead, of New York, for vice-president. 



PORTRAITS. 



The Manual of 1893 contains a descriptive list of one hundred and 
thirty-one portraits of men distinguished in the annals of New Hamp- 
shire committed to the care of the state, and also of twelve portraits 
of the judges of the courts of the state which were under the immedi- 
ate custody of the trustees of the state library. Upon the completion 
of the new library building, the portraits of the judges and of all the 
governors except the five last in office were removed to that building. 
The following additional portraits, in oil unless otherwise noted, have 
been added to the number since the beginning of the year 1893. The 
portrait of Frederick Smyth, governor 1805-1867, named in the Manual 
of 1893, has been removed and one more satisfactory to his friends has 
been added to the collection. It is an original by U. D. Tenney. 

144. John Butler Smith, Governor 1893-1895. 

Born at Saxtoifs River, Vermont, April 12, 1838; resides at Hills- 
borough. 

Original by Daniel Strain. 

145. Charles Albert Busiel, Governor 1895-1897. 
Born at Meredith, November 24, 1842; resides at Laconia. 
Original by Edward Wyatt Kimball. 

146. William Eaton Chandler, United States Senator 1887-1901. 
Born at Concord, December 28, 1835; resides at Concord. 

Copy by U. D. Tenney after original by Matthew Wilson. 

147. Edward Henry Rollins, United States Senator 1877-1883. 
Born at Rollinsford, October 3, 1824; died July 31, 1889. 
Original by Daniel Strain. 

148. James Willis Patterson, United States Senator 1867-1873. 
Born at Henniker, July 2, 1823; died at Hanover, May 4, 1893. 
Crayon, presented by Mrs. Patterson. 



46 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

149. George Eugene Belknap, Rear Admiral United States 
Navy. 

Born at Newport, January 22, 1832; resides at Brookline, Mass. 
Original by F. Tompkins. 

150. George Hamilton Perkins, Captain United States Navy. 
Born at Hopkinton, October 20, 1836; resides at Boston, Mass. 
Original by Daniel Strain. 

151. James Shepard Thornton, Captain United States Navy. 
Born at Merrimack, February 25, 1826; died May 14, 1875. 
Original by U. D. Tenney. 

152. Charles Henry Bartlett, President of the Senate 1883. 
Born at Sunapee, October 15, 1833; resides at Manchester. 
Original by Daniel Strain. 

153. Frank Dunklee Currieij, President of the Senate 1887. 
Born at Canaan, October 30, 1853; resides at Canaan. 
Original by Daniel Strain. 

154. David Arthur Taggart, President of the Senate 1889. 
Born at Goffstown, January 30, 1852; resides at Manchester. 
Original by Daniel Strain. 

155. Jonx McLane, President of the Senate 1891 and 1893. 

Born at Lennoxtown, Scotland, February 27, 1852; resides at Mil- 
ford. 
Original by Daniel Strain. 

156. Frank West Rollins, President of the Senate 1895. 
Born at Concord, Febuary 24, 1860; resides at Concord. 
Original by Daniel Strain. 



POST-OFFICES IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



The present number of post-offices in New Hampshire is 572. From Decern- 
>er l, 1894, to December 1, 1896, ninety-five postmasters were appointed, and 
lew offices were established under the following names: Gray, Greenhill, 
Vlonadnock, Pinecliff, Pineriver, Places, Sanders, and Spofford. The several 
manges of name appear in the following list: Scytheville to Elkins, Goffs- 
;own Centre to Grasmere, East Epping to Hedding, South Newmarket to 
Sewfields, Newmarket Junction to Rockingham, and Wolfeborough Junction 
;o Sanbornville. 

Names of presidential post-offices are in small capitals. The * after names 
lenotes money-order offices. 



Post-Office. 



Postmaster. 



Com- 
missioned. 



Township Name. 



Acworth* 

\lder Brook 

Alexandria 

Allenstown 

Alstead 

Alstead Centre — 

Alton* 

\lton Bay* 

Aniherst* 

Amherst Station . . 

Amoskeag* 

Andover* 

Antrim* . . 

Apthorp 

ASHLAND* 

Ashuelot 

Atkinson 

Atkinson Depot... 

Auburn , 

Bank Village 

Barnstead 

Barrington 

Bartlett* 

Bath 

Bear Island 

Bedford 

Belmont* 

Bemis 

Bennington* 

Benton 

Berlin* 

Berlin Mills* 

Bethlehem* 

Blair 

Blodgett Landing 
Boscawen , 



Fred C. Parker 

Thomas M. Fletcher 

William A. Phillips 

Mary E. Evans 

Frederick S. Prentiss... 
Mrs. Lucy I. B. Putnam. 

Herbert J. Jones 

Charles H. Downing — 

William W. Sloane 

Laura E. Smith 

Sherman L. Flanders. .. 

Fred E. Emerson 

Anson Swett. 

Edward H. Wells 

Willis F. Hardy 

Henry H. Pratt . . 

George P. Dow 

Arthur E. Hoyt 

Thomas S. Emer}' 

C. L. Tarbell 

Cyrus W. Blanchard 

George O. A. Chesley... 

Frank George 

James W. Foster 

Solomon Lovejoy 

F. A. French 

Asa I. Smith 

Mrs. Mary P. Morey 

George O. Joslin..." 

Hattie Moulton 

George S. Wilson 

James L. Beattie 

Warren W. McGregor.. 

Christiana H. Blair 

George W. Blodgett 

Charles W. Carter 



July 29, 
Sept. 1, 
June 1, 
April 14, 
J une 5, 
Feb. 19, 
April 26, 
Oct. 24, 
April 28, 
Sept. 26. 
April 28, 
Julv 26, 
Dec. 30, 
April 9, 
Jan. 26, 
April 20, 
July 15, 
June 21, 
Julv 20, 
Mar. 25, 
July 19, 
Mar. 15, 
May 29, 
July 29, 
June 24, 
June 16, 
Jan. 2S, 
Dec. 11, 
April 27, 
Sept. 29, 
Oct. 18, 
July 3, 
May 2, 
June 13, 
July 15, 
Aug. 10, 



1885 
1891 
1895 
1^81 
1889 
1892 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1894 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1889 
1896 
1882 
1869 
1880 
1894 
1894 
1895 
1894 
1883 
1893 
1892 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1893 
1891 
1893 
1894 
1893 
1884 
1896 
1893 



Ac worth. 

Bethlehem. 

Alexandria. 

Allenstown. 

Alstead. 

A 1 stead. 

Alton. 

Alton. 

Amherst. 

Amherst. 

Manchester. 

Andover. 

Antrim. 

Littleton. 

Ashland. 

Winchester. 

Atkinson. 

Plaistow. 

Auburn. 

New Ipswich. 

Barnstead. 

Barrington. 

Bartlett. 

Bath. 

Meredith. 

Bedford. 

Belmont. 

Hart's Location. 

Bennington. 

Benton. 

Berlin. 

Berlin. 

Bethlehem. 

Campton. 

Newoury. 

Boscawen. 



48 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Post-Office. 


Postmaster. 


Com- 
missioned. 


Township Name. 






Mar. 22, 1890 
May 1, 1890 
Nov. 24, 1894 
Aug. 4, 1893 
Sept. 26, 1894 
Sept, 25, 1895 
Jan. 1, 1891 
April 25, 1894 
Dec. 9, 1884 
May 15, 1895 
July 23, 1896 
Feb. 4, 1894 
Sept. 7. 1893 
April 22, .1893 
June 1, 1889 
Sept, 27, 1889 
Dec. 28, 1893 
Mar. 18, 1895 
Feb. 3, 1883 
April 28, 1893 
Sept. 20, 1889 
July 11, 1893 
Dec. 1, 1895 
July 8, 1893 
Sept. 15, 1893 
Sept. 26, 1893 
April 20, 1893 
Nov. 18, 1887 
Sept. 8, 1888 
July 1, 1893 
Oct. 21, 1893 
Mav 18, 1894 
Jan. 28, 1873 
Nov. 3, 1888 
Feb. 26, 1887 
Feb. 24, 1894 
Oct, 16, 1896 
Nov. 15, 1885 
Aug. 7, 1894 
Mar. 18, 1895 
Mar. 23, 1894 
Sept. 17, 1895 
May 21, 1889 
Dec. 19, 1893 
July 1, 1892 
June 14, 1894 
Jan. 27, 1893 
May 6, 1893 
Nov. 10, 1893 
Dec. 22, 1885 
April 30, 1896 
July 1, 1878 
May 16, 1889 
Sept. 24, 1887 
Mar. 20, 1886 
Feb. 20. 1886 
Sept. 27, 1886 
July 9, 1896 
July 27,1893 
April 28, 1893 
Jan. 20, 1885 




Bow Mills 








Georue F. Cressy 

Sarah F. Wood worth. . . 

James H. Rowe 

Isabell K. Bartlett 

Charles H. Marston 

Charles H. Proctor 

Mary C. H. Hanson 

George W. Bridges 




Breezy Point 


Lisbon. 


Brentwood Corner. 
Brid ge water 


Brentwood. 

Bridgewater. 

Bristol. 




Brookfield. 








Sunapee. 
Campton. 
Campton. 






Campton Village*.. 




















Gilman A. Beane 

Arthur Critchett 




Candia Village*... 


Candia. 


Canterbury* 

Canterbury Depot.. 
Centre Barnstead . . 
Centre Conway* — 
Centre Effingham.. 






Samuel C. Packard 

Albeit F. Tasker 


Canterbury. 
Barnstead. 
Conway. 
Effingham. 


Thomas F. Taylor 


Centre Ossipee 

Centre Sandwich*.. 




Ossipee. 

Sandwich. 

Strafford. 


Edwin M. Heard 

Charles M. Hill 


Centre Tuftonboro' 

Centreville 

Charlestown* 

Charmingf are ...... 


William H. Lord 

John C. Fairbrother . . . 


Tuftonborough. 

Ossipee. 

Charlestown. 


Ithiel E. Clav 


















John M. Webster 

Dennis S. Farmer 

Charlotte A. Leavitt. . . . 




Chesterfield 


Chesterfield. 






Claremont* 












Willis E. Young 




Clinton Grove 

COLEBROOK* 






Benjamin F. Drew 


Colebrook. 




Byron Moore.. 

Archelaus K. Danforth. 




Connecticut Lake. . 


Pittsburg. 
Hopkinton. 
Conway. 
Stratford. 




Henri P. Wilder 




J ohn C. Pattee 




Marian S. Spaulding 

George E. Hillard 

George W. Hunt, Jr 

C H Merrill 




Cornish CeDtre 

Cornish Flat* 

Crawford House.... 


Cornish. 
Cornish. 


Norman B. Frye 

Ellen Brown 

Andrew Jackson 




Croydon Flat 

Crystal 


Croydon. 
Stark. 




John C. Webster 


Danbury. 




Davisville 


Moses Trussell 


Warner. 



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49 



Post-Office. 




Com- 
missioned. 



Township Name. 



Deerfield 

Deerfleld Centre*.. 

Deering 

Derry* 

Derry Depot* 

Dexter 

Diamond Hill 

Diamond Pond 

Dorchester 

Dover* 

Dover Point 

Drewsville 

Dublin* 

Dummer 

Dumbarton* 

Durham* 

Eagle 

East Acworth 

East Alstead 

East Andover* 

East Barrington . . . 
East Brentwood — 

East Candia 

East Canterbury 
East Chester 

East Concord* 

East Deering 

East Derry*. 

East Dunbartun... . 

East Franklin 

East Freedom 

East Grafton. 

East Hampstead 

East Harrisville — 

East Haverhill* 

East Hebron 

East Jaffrey* : 

East Kingston 

East Lebanon 

East Lempster 

East Madison i 

East Nottingham . . 

Easton 

East Pembroke 

East Plainfield 

East Rindge 

East Rochester* . . . 

East Springfield . . . 

East Sullivan 

East Swanzev 

East Tilton* 

East Unitv 

East Wakefield 

E. Wakefield Depot 

East Washington*. 

East Weare 

East Westmoreland 

East Wolfeborough 

Eaton Centre 

Effingham 

Effingham Falls 

Elkins 

4 



John H. H. Burbank. . . 

John C. Rand 

Harry D. Locke 

Frank P. Bradford 

Joseph W. Bean 

Irving S. Chamberlin.. 

Andrew J. Kelley 

Martin B. Noyes 

Mrs. Luella Keezer 

James Ryan, Jr 

George W. Ford 

Henry E. Putnam 

J ohn G. Townsend 

Emily Chandler 

Daniel Jameson 

Alvin Jackson 

Marie A. Lamson 

Flora E. Buss 

Edgar P. Fish 

Frank W. Durgin 

Austin F. Calef 

Mrs. Eliza C. Orne 

Frank P. Brown 

Mary L. Wilson 

Mrs. Susan Hazelton... 

Florence A. Young 

M. Abbie Chase 

Carrie E. Greenwood.. 
George A. Morrison ... 
Minnie Went worth .... 

Sarah E. Maynanl 

Charles L. Folsom 

Samuel H. Morse , 

Henrv J. Farwell 

Wilbur F. True 

George W. McClure [ 

James S. Lacy 

Hiram L. Rowell 

Dennis M. Sheehan 

Cyrus H. Hodgman — 
Martha C. Blaisdell.. . . 

Frank P. Bartlett 

William H. Lynch 

Mrs. Ann Russ 

Clara E. Cobb 

Zebulon Converse 

Frank A. Quimby 

Lemuel Leavitt 

Leslie H. Goodnow 

Arthur A. Woodward.. 

Asa E. Gile 

Mrs. Abbie E. Gay 

Thomas Wood 

Ivory S. Loud 

Mrs. Nancy W. Friend. 
George E.'Marshall — 
Elbridge P. Amidon... 

William T. Dorr 

Clement Drew 

Elizabeth A. Leavitt. . . 

Charles Parsons 

James E. Shepard 



July 


11, 1893 


Deerfield. 


Aug. 


31, 1893 


Deerfield. 


April 18, 1893 


Deering. 


Oct, 


23, 1893 


Derry. 


Feb. 


3, 1896 


Derrv. 


May 


30, 1894 


New Durham. 


July 


21, 1893 


Hopkinton. 


June 


8, 1896 


Stewartstown. 


Mar. 


19, 1895 


Dorchester. 


Mav 


12, 1894 


Dover. 


Feb. 


12, 18S0 


Dover. 


May 


17, 1893 


Walpole. 


Aug. 


2, 1889 


Dublin. 


Julv 


9, 1884 


Dummer. 


Aug. 


12, 1893 


Dunbarton. 


Julv 


27, 1893 


Durham. 


Nov. 


21, 1894 


Hinsdale. 


July 


15, 1895 


Acworth. 


Oct, 


2, 1882 


Alstead. 


May 


1, 1893 


Andover. 


Aug. 


29, 1893 


Barrington. 


July 


22, 1892 


Brentwood. 


Jan. 


11, 1895 


Candia, 


Feb. 


10, 1896 


Canterburv . 


June 


13, 1889 


Chester. 


Oct. 


4, 1883 


Concord. 


Sept. 


5, 1893 


Deering. 


Sept. 


22, 1887 


Derrv. 


Julv 


14, 1893 


Dunbarton. 


Nov. 


14, 1891 


Franklin. 


May 


1, 1893 


Freedom. 


Julv 


28, 1886 


Grafton. 


Jan. 


18, 1886 


Hampstead. 


Jan. 


22, 1879 


Harrisville. 


Aug. 


2, 1893 


Haverhill. 


Mar. 


21, 1884 


Hebron. 


May 


2, 1893 


Jaffrey. 


Aug. 


6, 1889 


East Kingston. 


Sept 


21, 1894 


Lebanon. 


Mav 


8, 1885 


Lempster. 


Feb. 


18, 1886 


Madison. 


May 


20, 1891 


Nottingham. 


Sept 


15, 1894 


Easton. 


June 


25, 1886 


Pembroke. 


June 


5, 1896 


Plainfield. 


Mav 


10, 1883 


Rindge. 


Apri 


20, 1893 


Rochester. 


Aug. 


22, 1894 


Springfield. 


April 25, 1891 


Sullivan. 


Mar. 


25, 1892 


Swanzev. 


Sept 


5, 1893 


Tilton. 


Mav 


1, 1893 


Unitv. 


Sept 


9, 1868 


Wakefield. 


Feb. 


11, 1874 


Wakefield. 


May 


23, 1881 


Washington. 


Oct, 


31, 1894 


Weare. 


Mav 


19, 1893 


Westmoreland 


Nov 


13, 1884 


Wolfeborough. 


Mar. 


31, 1894 


Eaton. 


June 


7, 1894 


1 Effingham. 


Aug 


17, 1885 


Effingham. 


Dec. 


13. 1895 


1 New London. 



50 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Post-Office. 


Postmaster. 


Com- 
missioned. 


Township Name. 






May 20, 1895 
April 18, 1893 
April 15, 1893 
April 22, 1893 
Oct. 24, 1893 
Oct. 26, 1881 
April 1, 1891 
May 12, 1894 
Feb. 16, 1895 
Aug. 24, 1894 
July 18, 1892 
June 1, 1889 
June 29, 1893 
Oct. 30, 1895 
Sept. 14, 1893 
Oct. 11, 1893 
Dec. 20, 1896 
April 25, 1894 
April 26, 1893 
Sept. 11, 1893 
July 25, 1882 
Jan. 1, 1894 
May 31, 1880 
Sept. 12, 1893 
Jan. 12, 1894 
Feb. 3, 1894 
June 20, 1894 
July 9, 1894 
July 7, 1893 
May 13, 1889 
Feb. 12, 1894 
Feb. 12, 1880 
Sept. 14, 1881 
July 12, 1893 
Aug. 22, 1893 
Nov. 19, 1886 
• April 10, 1895 
May 13, 1893 
Dec. 23, 1895 
May 13, 1895 
April 13, 1893 
Feb. 28, 1895 
Sept. 13, 1893 
July 9, 1888 
July 12, 1889 
Nov. 17, 1894 
Aug. 8, 1893 
April 28, 1891 
Jan. 26, 1893 
July 31, 1893 
Dec. 9, 1885 
Nov. 28, 1896 
Feb. 1, 1895 
Jan. 28, 1888 
Dec. 29, 1886 
June 20, 1889 
Dec. 30, 1891 
June 18, 1880 
June 17, 1896 
April 21, 1893 
Aug. 2, 1893 
June 29, 1894 




Enfield* 


Charles A. Packard 


Enfield. 


Enfield Centre * 


Enfield 




John Q. Pike 


Epping. 
Epsom. 




Henry S. Knowles 


Errol 


Etna* 


Willis G. Spencer 








Fabyan House 

Farmington * 


Jennie O. Barron 

Edward E . Carlton 

Albert N. Sawyer 

Philip S. Batcheller 

Samuel O. Bailey 

Seth R. Elliott 


Carroll. 
Farmington. 


Fitzwilliam* 

Fitzwilliam Depot* 


Fitzwilliam. 
Fitzwilliam. 




Pacific L. Clark 






Nathaniel W. Cheney.. . 
Rufus E. Bean (reap't'd) 

Frank H. Daniell 

George I. Philbrick 

William H. Gibson 

Sophia L. W. Burleigh.. 








Franklin Falls*.. 


Franklin. 










George's Mills 

Gilford Village 


Sunapee. 
Gilford. 


Samuel R. Jones 


Gilm'nt'n Pn W'ks * 


Walter J. Edgerly 

Israel A. Loveland 


Gilmanton. 


Glen * 


Bartlett. 




Albert N. Nettel 










Gonic * 


Charles M. Home 

Frederick Ingalls 












Gossville* ... 

Grafton* 

Grafton Centre 


Andrew J. Silver 

Fred W. Barney 

Gertrude C. Ho'yt 

William G. Ellis 


Epsom. 

Grafton. 

Grafton. 




Harriet O. Demeritt 

George H. Walker 

Benjamin F. Greer 

Mary O. Bartlett 

Charles H. Hopkins 

Abbie S. Flint 

Lorenzo D. Duntley 

Elmer E. Drake..." 

Charles E . Marsh 


Ossipee. 




















Greenland * 

Greenland Depot... 


Greenland. 
Greenland. 








Josiah W. Tibbetts 

George A. Fairbanks... 




Guild* 




Hampstead* 


Hampstead. 
Hampton. 
Hampton Falls. 


Charles M. Batchelder. . 

Charles N. Dodge 

William D. Fogg 


Hampton Falls * — 






Hanover Centre — 


Mrs. Helen J. Gale 

Miss Isabel Hutchinson 
George C. Cass 


Hanover. 








Whitefield. 










Laura W. Perkins 

William O. Folsom 


Epping. 




Hill * 


Hill. 


Hillsborough 


Fred J. Gibson 


Hillsborough. 



POST-OFFICES IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



51 





Post-Office. 


Postmaster. 


Com- 
missioned. 


Township Name. 


lillsboro' Bridge*, 
lillsboro' Centre . . 
lillsboro'Upp'rVil. 


Frank M. Parker 

Lizzie Ann Rollins 

StillmanMcClintock ... 
Miss Adelia M. Barrows 

Timothy B. Sanborn 

George B. Cleasby 

Frank H. Whelpley 


Jan. 9, 1894 
July 13, 1863 
May 9, 1894 
Feb. 1, 1893 
Sept. 26, 1893 
NOV. 1, 1894 ! 
Oct. 19, 1893 
Aug. 4, 1892 
April 24, 1895 
Mar. 23, 1863 
Dec. 13, 1888 
Oct. 24, 1893 
Sept. 9, 1896 
July 11, 1893 
Feb. 27, 1894 
July 13, 1895 
April 24, 1889 
July 31, 1893 
April 21, 1893 
Feb. 7, 1894 
Jan. 28, 1895 
Dec. 8, 1894 
Feb. 8, 1894 
April 4, 1892 
Dec. 28, 1893 


Hillsborough. 
Hillsborough. 
Hillsborough. 






Mollis 


Hollis. 


lollis Depot 


Hollis. 




Horace F. Edmunds — 

John G. Sanborn 

William J. Fuller 

John J. Baker 


Hopkinton. 
Wakefield. 


lorn's Mills 




Hudson. 






ntervale* 


Reuben W. Weeks 


Conway. 
Albany. 




Sarah A. Stillings 

S. H. Mower 




Jaffrev. 








refferson Highland 


George W. Crawford... 


Jefferson. 
Conway. 








Ira P. Thatcher 


Newport. 
Kensington. 
Lempster. 
Kingston. 




Mary E. Warner 

Frank W. Huntoon 












Alfred P. Chandler 

Ella M. Smith 


Mav 20, 1895 
June 30, 1893 
Jan. 22, 1896 
Mar. 16, 1895 
Jan. 10,1868 
April 11, 1892 
Feb. 27, 1886 
Jan. 28, 1895 
Nov. 7, 1891 
April 2, 1891 
Oct. 11, 1893 
Dec. 31, 1892 
Jan. 29, 1894 
Dec. 20, 1893 
Mar. 14, 1895 
Aug. 15, 1894 
Mar. 26, 1892 
June 7, 1893 
Dec. 30, 1895 
May 2, 1893 
Oct. 24, 1867 
Aug. 18, 1894 
Dec. 31, 1892 
April 26, 1881 
Aug. 24, 1893 
Oct. 14, 1889 
Dec. 18, 1891 
June 27, 1889 
Feb. 4, 1893 
Sept, 12, 1893 
Mav 2, 1894 
June 3, 1880 
Nov. 23, 1889 
Jan. 1, 1892 
Feb. 6, 1894 
Aug. 3, 1887 


Cambridge. 
Moultonborough. 






Waldo H.Jones 


jANCASTER* 

,andaff 

jangdon 

jeavitt's Hill 




John E. Hall 

Mrs.MarthaL.Carpenter 
Benjamin E. Sanborn. . . 

Albion F.Clark 

Daniel E. Plummer 

Charles B. Leighton 

Hiram Parker 

John H. Henry 

Jenifer Moulton 

Otis S. Brown 

Andrew W. Bingham... 

George S. Pa3 r ne 

Mrs. Sophronia J. Aiiin 

Edward E. Kent 

George K. Brown 

Frank E. Robinson 

Benjamin Bachelder 

Mrs. Jennie Smith 

William Pitman 

Joseph Brown 

John A. Fuller 


Landaff. 
Langdon. 
Deerfield. 
Lebanon. 






jeighton's Corner. 

jempster 

jincoln 


Ossipee. 
Lempster. 
Lincoln. 
Lisbon. 


ittle Boar's Hd.*.. 


North Hampton. 






jockehaven 

jondonderr3 r 

iOng Island 


Enfield. 
Londonderry. 
Moultonborough . 


.oudon Centre 

iOudon Ridge 

jower Bartlett 

iOwer Gilmanton. . 


Loudon. 

Loudon. 

Bartlett. 

Gilmanton. 

Lj'man. 




Preston H. A. Claflin 

! Grant G. Skinner 

Thomas A. Williams 


Lvme. 


jyme Centre* 

iyndeborough 


Lyme. 

Lyndeborough. 
Mad bur v. 


ladisoii 

Ianchester * 

laplewood * 

larlborough* 

larlboro' Depot 

larlow* 

lartin 


Nathaniel M. Nason 

Edgar J. Knowlton 


Madison. 

Manchester. 

Bethlehem. 




Marlborough. 
Marlborough. 
Marlow. 
Hooksett. 


G. H. Sheldon 

Lucien D. Tinker 

Edwin A. Tyrrell 



52 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Post-Office. 


Postmaster. 


Com- 
missioned. 


Township Name. 






May 28, 1889 
June 28, 1881 




Massabesic 


James Benson 


Manchester. 




Joseph O. Purcotte 

Frank R. Sawyer 






Meadows 


Aug. 6, 1894 


Jefferson. 


Melvin Mills 


Walter P. Melvin 


June 30, 1894 


Warner. 


Melvin Village * 


Hollis E. Fernald 


May 11, 1892 


Tuf tonborough . 




Thomas L. Wadleigh. . . 
Mary L. Houghton 


April 30, 1894 
May 26, 1893 




Meredith Centre 


Meredith. 




James L. Stickney 


June 22, 1893 


Plainfield. 




Sept. 30, 1886 
Dec. 12, 1881 


Farmington. 
Merrimack. 


Merrimack 


James T. Jones 




George D. Drawbridge 


Jan. 14, 1880 






Aug. 16, 1889 
April 25, 1894 




Milford * 


Edward Finertv 


Milford. 


Millsfield 


Dorotha Eastman 


Mar. 5, 1895 


Millsfield. 


Mill Village 


Lorenzo S. Chamberlain 


Mav 9, 1894 


Goshen. 






July 31, 1893 
Sept. 23, 1893 




Milton Mills* 


James W. Murray 


Milton. 


Mirror Lake 


Mrs. Etta L. Thomas.. . . 


Dec. 16, 1891 


Tuf tonborough. 




George B. Leighton 

Isaiah F. Page 


Dec. 18, 1895 


Dublin. 


Monroe 


June 22, 1884 


Monroe. 




Hilliard Church 


Dec. 13, 1880 


Enfield. 


Moultonborough . . . 


Augustus P. Jaclard 


April 25, 1893 


Moultonborough. 


Moultonville 


George B.White........ 


April 9, 1893 


Ossipee. 


Mt. Carrigan 


Benjamin C: Garland . . . 


July 1, 1893 


Hart's Location. 


Mt. Pleasant House 


Joseph Stickney 


July 5, 1895 


Bethlehem. 


Mt. Sunapee 


C. H. M. Perkins 


Jan. 16, 1890 


Newbury. 




John M. Fox 


Mar. 31, 1894 




Mt. Washington — 


Mrs. Lydia M. Barron.. 


June 14, 1886 


Bean's Purchase. 


Munsonville 


Sidney A. Greene 


Aug. 5, 1872 


Nelson. 




Albert N. Flinn 


June 7, 1894 




Nelson 


Caroline C. Priest 


June 5, 1896 


Nelson. 


New Boston* 


Clarence H. Dodge 


April 22, 1893 


New Boston. 


Newbury 


Virgil C. Brockway . . . . 


April 3, 1896 


Newbury. 


Newcastle* 


Thaddeus Tarlton 


July 25, 1893 


Newcastle. 


New Durham* 


Mrs. Jennie E. Jones. . . 


Feb. 15, 1887 


New Durham. 






Mar. 25 1895 




New Hampton* 

Newington 


Walter R. Dow 


Mar. 16, 1895 


New Hampton. 
Newington. 


Ella G. de Rochemont.. 


Oct. 1, 1893 


New Ipswich* 


Bessie M. T. Thompson 


Aug. 25, 1896 


New Ipswich. 


New London* 


Willard C. Leonard 


July 7, 1896 


New London. 


Newmarket* 


Charles A . Morse 


Jan. 22, 1894 


Newmarket. 






June 4, 1894 


Newport. 




D. Flanders Wilder 


Sept. 21, 1893 
Jan. 26, 1894 


Newton Junction*.. 


Enoch Seavev 


Newton. 






June 17, 1893 




North Barrington. . 
North Boscawen.... 




July 31, 1893 
Feb. 8, 1896 


Barrington. 
Boscawen. 


Walter B. Drown 




John H. Burroughs 

Nelson St. Sauveur 


Feb. 5 1891 




North Branch 


Dec. 9, 1890 


Antrim. 


NorthCharlestown* 


Wesley A. Hunt 


Dec. 4, 1872 


Charlestown. 






Jan. 30, 1882 




North Chichester . . 


Miss Sarah J. Haines... 


Dec. 16, 1889 


Chichester. 




C. H. Whitaker 


Aug. 20, 1885 
Mar. 14, 1882 


Conway. 
Danville. 


North Danvillle.... 


Salina E. Sanborn 


North Dorchester.. 


Eliza A. Burnham 


May 19, 1894 


Dorchester. 


North Dunbarton.. . 


David P. Walker 


Oct. 21, 1875 


Dunbarton. 


North Epping 


Mrs. Hannah T. Chase. . 


Feb. 23, 1875 


Epping. 


Northfield 


Charles L. Sanborn 


Sept. 16, 1896 


Northfield. 


North Grantham... 


Moses P. Burpee 


Oct. 12, 1869 


Grantham. 


North Groton 


Mrs. Caroline B. Hall. . . 


Dec. 15, 1884 


Groton. 


North Hampton*. . . 


Jonathan Rollins 


May 15, 1893 


North Hampton. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



53 



Post-Office. 



Postmaster. 



Com- 
missioned. 



Township Name. 



orth Haverhill ... 


Charles H. Wetherbee. 


Julv 


27, 1893 


Haverhill. 


orth Holderness. 


Francis E. Morse 


Jan. 


24, 1891 


Holderness. 


orth Lisbon 


Lorenzo B. Barrett 


Aug. 


26, 1895 


Lisbon. 




Ruf us Smith 


July 


26, 1861 




orth Londond'ry* 


Samuel Gilcreast 


Mar. 


3, 1894 


Londonderry. 


o. Lyndeborough 


Mrs. Abbie R. Goodrich 


May 


21, 1879 


Lyndeborough. 


orth Monroe 


Newton C. Lang 


Aug. 


29, 1889 


Monroe. 


orth Newport 


Ezra T. Sibley 


Dec. 


13, 1877 


Newport. 


orth Nottingham. 


John D. Daniels 


Aug. 


18, 1885 


Nottingham. 


orth Richmond. .. 
orth Rochester. . . 




Feb 


28 18d0 




Stella E. Coburn 


Aug. 


26, 1895 


Rochester. 






Oct. 


18, 1894 




orth Sanbornton. . 


Horace P. Howe 


June 


30, 1893 


Sanbornton. 


orth Sandwich. .. 


Charles J. Amer, Jr 


May 


2, 1893 


Sandwich. 


orth Strafford 

orth Sutton* 

orthumberland . . . 




Dec. 


20 1881 


Strafford. 




July 


16 1861 




Charles F. Webb 


Nov. 


28, 1887 


Northumberland. 


orth Wakefield... 


Edward E. Brown 


Apr. 


25, 1893 


Wakefield. 






Aug. 
June 


2, 1893 




o. Wolfeborough. 


Mrs. Etta C. Dore 


2, 1893 


Wolfeborough. 


orth wood* 


Winfleld S. Knowlton... 


Oct. 


28, 1893 


North wood. 


orthwood Centre. 


John G . Mead 


Oct. 


31, 1893 


North wood. 


" Narrows. 


Frank H. Emerson 


Oct. 


28, 1895 


North wood. 


" Ridge*... 


Fred R. Caswell 


Aug. 


8, 1893 


Northwood. 


orth Woodstock*. 


Scott N. Weeks 


Oct. 


23, 1893 


Woodstock. 


ottingham 


Daniel P. Harvev 


July 


27, 1893 


Nottingham. 


rford* 


Robert O. Carr 


Apr. 


22, 1893 


Orford. 






Dec. 


18, 1895 




ssipee* 


Eugene F. Brown 


Apr. 


21, 1893 


Ossipee. 


ssipee Vallev 


Frank K. Hobbs 


Aug. 


20, 1877 


Ossipee. 








24, 1892 




assaconawav 


Mrs. Ruth P. Colbath... 


Nov. 


2, 1892 


Albany. 






July 
Apr. 


19, 1890 




elham 


Frank M. Woodbury . . . 


23, 1894 


Pelham. 








26, 1884 




enacook* 


Leander C. Prescott ... 


Jan. 


31, 1895 


Concord. 






Aug. 
Apr. 


26, 1893 




ercv 


Patrick J. O'Connor .... 


25, 1893 


Stark. 


ETERBOROUGH* 


John C. Swallow 


Apr. 


26, 1894 


Peterborough. 


ierce Bridge 


Joseph McKenna 


May 


24, 1894 


Bethlehem. 




Loval B. Blodgett , 




28, 1894 






Sept 


4 1893 








25 1896 


Newbury. 
Effingham. 
Pittsburg. 
Pittsfleld. 








30, 1896 




Justus W. Baldwin 

Frank E. Randall 




24, 1894 


ITTSFIELD* 


Feb. 


9, 1895 




Mary E. Roberts 

John H. Whitaker 


Feb. 


7. 1895 


Farmington. 
Plaintield. 


lainfleld* 


Mav 


24, 1893 






Sept 
Feb. 


4, 1894 




lymouth* 


William G. Hull 


27, 1895 


Plymouth. 


ORTSMOUTH* 


John E. Leavitt 


Apr. 
Dec. 


15, 1893 


Portsmouth. 


'otter Place 


Jacob F. White 


1, 1896 


Andover. 






Jan 


31, 1889 




'rofile Falls 


Bvron B. Tobie 


July 


21, 1892 


Bristol. 


'rofile House 


Abbie B. Greenleaf 


Jan. 


17, 1895 


Franconia. 


Quaker Citv 


Jane H. Quimbv 


Mav 


16, 1883 


Unity. 




R B Clark 




9, 1889 


Rumnev. 


Randolph 




Dec. 


1 1893 


Randolph. 


E C Rowell 


Dec. 


23, 1893 


Raymond. 






Nov 


6, 1894 


Conway. 


leed's Ferry 


John E. Haseltine 


Sept 


. 28, 1894 


' Merrimack. 



54 



POST-OFFICES IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Post-Office. 




Com- 
missioned. 



Township Name. 



Richmond 

Rindge* 

Riverdale 

Riverside 

Riverton 

Roby's Corner 

Rochester* 

Rockingham 

Rumney* 

Rumnev Depot 

Rye 

Rye Beach * 

Rye North Beach.. 

Salem* 

Salem Depot* 

Salisbury 

Salisbury Heights. 

Salmon Falls* 

Sanbornton 

Sanbornville 

Sanders 

Sandown 

Sandwich 

Scott 

Seabrook* 

Shelburne* 

Short Falls* 

Silver Lake 

Smithtown 

Smithville 

Snowville 

Somersworth* .... 

South Ac worth* 

South Alexandria.. 
South Barnstead . . . 
South Barrington.. 
South Charlestown. 

South Chatham 

South Columbia 

South Cornish 

South Danbury 

South Danville 

South Deerfield 

South Effingham. . . 

South Hampton 

South Keene* 

South Kingston 

South Lancaster. . . 

South Lee 

South Lyndeboro*.. 
South Merrimack.. 
South Newburv • • • 
South Pittsfield.... 

South Seabrook 

South Stoddard.... 

South Sutton 

South Tamworth* . . 
South Wakefield... 

South Weare 

South Wolfeboro'. . j 
Spofford I 



Albert J. Sampson 

Ned Thrasher 

Harvey H. Simons 

Andrew J. Edmunds. . . . 

Ira G. Noyes 

Moses H. Roby 

Charles W. Bickford . . . 

Charles M. Leavitt 

Ira M. Abbott 

George C. Craig 

Mrs. Annie D. Hodgdon 

C. W. Spear 

Henry Knox 

Loren B. McLaughton.. 
Milton G.Woodbury... 

G. F. Huntoon 

Benjamin Pettingill 

Dennis H. Finnegan 

George C.Ward 

John H. Garvin 

Joseph S. Sanders 

George S. Sanborn 

Arvin Blanchard 

Abbie E . Crane 

Jeremiah Chase 

Charles C. Hebbard 

Ella M. Tennant 

Isaiah A. Forrest 

Annie A . Smith 

Herbert W. Chandler .. 

James O. Dearing 

Samuel Welch 

Jacob F. Richardson . . . 

Charles W. Buttrick 

Lydia J. Reynolds 

Ezra B. Brown 

Fred P. Wheeler 

Jonah Hill 

Albert E . Keach 

George E. Fairbanks... 

Seth H. Packard 

Horace E. Currier 

Horace B. Stevens 

John P. Glidden 

Joseph W. Follansbee.. 

Frank E. Joy 

Henry P. Collins 

Thomas Sweetser 

John E. Boright 

Charles H. Holt 

George E. Patterson . . . 

Mary A. Cilley 

Florence A. Dow 

Daniel B. Follansbee... 

James Simonds 

George G. Wills 

Mrs. Asenath D. Folsom 

John F. G arland 

Charles A. Thorp 

Mrs. Sarah Taber 

David W. Slade 



Feb. 


18 


1893 


June 


11 


1894 


May 


23 


1894 


Feb. 


24 


1894 


Mar. 


26 


1891 


June 


29 


1868 


May 


25 


1894 


May 


20 


1895 


Sept. 


8 


1893 


July 


17 


1894 


Sept. 


16 


1893 


Jan. 


80 


1890 


July 


25 


1893 


Oct. 


11 


1893 


Apr. 


29 


1893 


Sept. 


29 


1890 


Oct. 


26 


1893 


Oct, 


27 


1893 


Jan. 


28 


1889 


Mar. 


1 


1895 


Sept 


25 


1895 ! 


June 


11 


1889 


July 


9 


1872 1 


May 


12 


1893 


July 


7 


1894 


Apr. 


5 


1882 


June 


1 


1889 


| Apr. 


18 


1893 


Oct. 


12 


1892 


1 Nov. 


22 


1895 


Aug. 


10 


1893 


Feb. 


1 


1895 


Oct, 


7 


1896 


Mar. 


14 


1894 


May 


13 


1896 


Mar. 


13 


1891 


May 


6 


1895 


Jan. 


7 


1887 


June 


6 


1895 


Apr. 


15 


1878 


Nov. 


4 


1896 


Jan. 


1 


1893 


Sept 


28 


1891 


Apr. 


18 


1893 


Feb. 


7 


1895 


June 


27 


1889 


July 


25 


1893 


Apr. 


20 


1896 


Aug. 


27 


1895 


Dec. 


19 


1892 


Dec. 


26 


1884 


Aug. 


26 


1892 


Oct. 


18 


1888 


Feb. 


6 


1892 


June 


8 


1880 


Feb. 


6 


1882 


Sept. 


14 


1888 


Aug. 


16 


1887 


May 


14 


1896 


June 


16 


1889 


Apr. 


15 


1896 



Richmond. 

Rindge. 

Weare. 

Greenland. 

Jefferson. 

Warner. 

Rochester. 

Newfields. 

Rumney. 

Rumney. 

Rye. 

Rye. 

Rye. 

Salem. 

Salem. 

Salisbury. 

Salisbury. 

Rollinsford. 

Sanbornton. 

Wakefield. 

Gilford. 

Sandown. 

Sandwich. 

Dalton. 

Seabrook. 

Shelburne. 

Epsom. 

Madison. 

Seabrook. 

New Ipswich. 

Eaton. 

Somersworth. 

Acworth. 

Alexandria. 

Barnstead. 

Barrington. 

Charlestown. 

Chatham. 

Columbia. 

Cornish. 

Danbury. 

Danville. 

Deerfield. 

Effingham. 

South Hampton. 

Keene. 

Kingston. 

Lancaster. 

Lee. 

Lyndeborough. 

Merrimack. 

Newbury. 

Pittsfield. 

Seabrook. 

Stoddard. 

Sutton. 

Tamworth. 

Wakefield. 

Weare. 

Wolfeborough. 

Chesterfield. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



00 



Post-Office. 



Postmaster. 



Com- 
missioned. 



Township Name. 



>ringfield 

ark 

ate Line 

ewartstown 

toddard* 

trafford 

trafford Blue Hills 
trafford Corner... 

tratford 

tratham 

cigar Hill* 

ullivan 

unapee* 

uncook* 

urry 

utton* 

wanzey 

wiftwater 

amworth* 

emple 

he Weirs* 

hornton 

hornton's Ferry . . 

ilton* 

roy* 

uftonborough 

win Mountain* . . . 

Jnion* 

Jnity 

Iplands 

Vadley's Falls 

Vakefield* 

Valpole* 

Vares Ferry 

garner* 

barren* 

Varren Summit 

Vashington* 

Waterloo 

Vater Village 

Vaterville 

Veare 

Webster 

Ventworth* 

Ventworth's Loc'n 

Vest Alton 

Vest Andover* .... 
Vest Barrington.. . 
Vest Brentwood. . . 

Vest Brookline 

Vest Campton* 

Vest Canaan 

Vest Chesterfield.. 
Vest Claremont ... 

Vest Concord* 

Vest Deering 

Vest Epping* 

Vest Hampstead . . 

Vest Henniker 

Vest Hopkinton . . 
Vest Lebanon* 



OrinF. Hill Nov. 

William T. Pike Mar. 

Mrs. M. M. Wilder Aug. 

Angeline Parkhurst j Feb. 

Frank J. Reed ! Dec. 

John H. Perry i Jan. 

Cyrus G. Drew I Oct. 

Mrs. Edna J. H. Berrv.j May 

William R. Brown j Oct. 

Edgar N. Smith j Aug. 

Jonathan Bowles j Oct. 

George W. Marston 1 Jan. 

Charles A. Knowlton. . . Oct. 

John F. Bartlett I Apr. 

Luman M. Carpenter. . . Nov. 

George H.Kimball Nov. 

Elmer J. Bullard i Apr. 

Horace F. Deming Aug. 

Addison R. Robinson... June 

Henry W. Hay ward ' Aug. 

Fred W. Story i Aug. 

Miss Julia E. 'Merrill . . . I Dec. 

Horace P. Page Nov. 

Thomas E.Fletcher j Apr. 

Warren W. Kimball Aug. 

Emma S. Hodgdon Mar. 

Harley E. Jenness June 

Josiah P. Gilman Sept. 

Charles R. Jones ; Sept. 

Joseph W. Ham Apr. 

Isaiah D. Edgerly Dec. 

George A. Yeaton Apr. 

Annette Brown Apr. 

Moses D. Webber . . — Oct. 
Frederick M. Colbv .... Feb. 

Fred C. Hall Apr. 

Edward T. Caswell Feb. 

Charles A. Lull Mar. 

Roger S. Gage Mar. 

Mrs. C. S. Whitehouse.. July 

Mrs. Cassie H. Ellis Jan. 

B.T.Jameson Dec. 

Arthur C. Call I. Aug. 

John A. Davis Sept. 

Mary S. Flint Sept. 

Seth E. Rollins Aug. 

William M. Powers \ Apr. 

Joel H . Marison [ Nov. 

Russell H. Fellows ; Dec. 

Isaac A. Bridge July 

John R. Watson ; Mar. 

John J. Harrigan ' Dec. 

Melvin M. Smith Oct. 

Clifton E. Densmore Nov. 

James H. Harrington .. Sept. 

Frank D. Appleton July 

George N. Shepard Jan. 

William F. Little Feb. 

Scott Colby Dec. 

Charles S. Rowell Apr. 

Jennie B. Hosley May 



23, 


1894 


25 


1895 


8 


1893 


19 


1894 


9 


1890 


26 


1894 


22 


1895 


21 


1889 


9 


1893 


4 


1893 


13 


1893 


11 


1886 


11, 


1893 


20 


1894 


8 


1892 


2, 


1894 


is, 


1894 


8, 


1895 


15, 


1893 


23, 


1893 


15, 


1894 


17 


1892 


23, 


1885 


25, 


1894 


25, 


1885 


5, 


1894 


12, 


1895 


4, 


1893 


5, 


1895 


4, 


1892 


21, 


1874 


25, 


1893 


2 1, 


1895 


15, 


1890 


5 


1894 


20, 


1893 


4, 


1878 


23, 


1895 


3, 


1885 


lt», 


1893 


it. 


1891 1 


2, 


1885 


17, 


1885 l 


14, 


1893 


15, 


1894 


4, 


1886 


2, 


1893 | 


2, 


1896 J 


14, 


1892 


lf>, 


1890 


7, 


1894 


is, 


1893 


i*;, 


1893 


12, 


1894 


26, 


1893 


8, 


1886 


19, 


1875 


13, 


1895 i 


16, 


1892 ! 


22, 


1879 


25, 


1894 1 



Springfield. 

Stark. 

Fitzwilliam. 

Stewartstown. 

Stoddard. 

Strafford. 

Strafford. 

Strafford. 

Stratford . 

Stratham. 

Lisbon. 

Sullivan. 

Sunapee. 

Pembroke. 

Surry. 

Sutton. 

Swanzev. 

Bath. 

Tam worth. 

Temple. 

Laconia. 

Thornton. 

Merrimack. 

Tilton. 

Troy. 

Tuftonborough. 

Carroll. 

Wakefield. 

Unity. 

Canterbury. 

Lee. 

Wakefield. 

Walpole. 

Westmoreland. 

Warner. 

Warren. 

Warren. 

Washington. 

Warner. 

Ossipee. 

Waterville. 

Weare. 

Webster. 

Went worth. 

Wentworth's Lo'n 

Alton. 

Andover. 

Barrington. 

Brentwood. 

Brookline. 

Campton. 

Canaan. 

Chesterfield. 

Claremont. 

Concord. 

Deering. 

Epping. 

Hampstead. 

Henniker. 

Hopkinton. 

Lebanon. 



56 



POST-OFFICES IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Post-Office. 



Postmaster. 



Com- 
missioned. 



Township Name. 



West Milan 


Fred A. Blanchard 


June 20, 1889 


Milan. 




Carl D. Britton 


Apr. 18, 1894 
Feb. 20, 1894 




Westmoreland Dep 


Charles H. Hart 


Westmoreland. 


West Nottingham.. 


John W. Demeritt 


Jan. 18, 1885 


Nottingham. 


West Ossipee 


Wentworth H. Hobbs .. 


July 28, 1893 


Ossipee. 


West Peterborough 


Frank J. Robbins 


Jan. 25, 1889 


Peterborough. 


West Plymouth.... 




July 19, 1893 


Plymouth. 

Swanzey. 

Rindge. 




Feb. 10, 1886 


West Rindge* 


Herbert E. Wetherbee. 


Aug. 16, 1889 


West Rumney* 


Augusta L. Simpson 


June 30, 1896 


Rumney. 


West Rye 


C. D. Garland 


Nov. 5, 1885 


Rye. 


West Salisbury . . . 


Frank H. Dunlap 


Dec. 31, 1892 


Salisbury. 


West Springfield... 


Ruel L. Heath 


June 21, 1894 


Springfield. 


W. Stewartstown*.. 


Isaac F. Jacobs 


Oct. 24, 1893 


Stewartstown. 


West Swanzey* 


Miss Ad die J. Faulkner 


May. 25, 1889 


Swanzey. 


West Thornton 


Willie B.Emmons.. — 


July 1, 1891 


Thornton. 






Feb. 2, 1894 




West Windham 


Charles A. Barker 


Nov. 1, 1894 


Windham. 


West Wilton 


Mrs. Sophia Sargent 


June 23, 1894 


Wilton. 


Whitcherville 


William H. Knight 


Mar. 9, 1883 


Landaff. 


Whitefield* 


David M. Aldrich 


Mar. 18, 1895 


Whitefield. 




Ola L. Kay 


Nov. 22, 1895 




Willowdale 


H. Ashlev Jackman 


May 11, 1889 


Littleton. 


Wilmot 




Apr. 18, 1893 
Nov. 20, 1893 




Wilmot Flat 


John F. Emerv 


Wilmot. 


Wilson's Crossing . 


Warren Richardson 


June 25, 1862 


Londonderrv. 




Maurice J. Herlihy 

George H. Snow 


May 25, 1894 
Nov. 15, 1893 


Wilton. 


Winchester* 


Winchester. 


Windham 


John G. Bradford 


Jan. 21, 1887 


Windham. 


Windham Depot... 


Edwin N. Stickney 


May 20, 1872 


Windham. 






Sept. 4, 1884 
Mar. 30, 1896 




Winnisquam 


George H. Clark 


Belmont. 


WOLFEBOROUGH*. . . 


Frank P. Hobbs 


Jan. 8, 1894 


Wolfeborough. 


Wolfeboro' Centre. 


Charles O. Dixon 


Jan. 11, 1886 


Wolfeborough. 


Wolf eboro' Falls... 


Perley E. Young 


Feb. 28, 1894 


Wolfeborough. 


Wonolancet 


Katherine Sleeper 


July 29, 1893 


Tamworth. 


Woodmans 


J. W. Woodman 


Apr. 30, 1892 


Wakefield. 


Woodstock 


Benjamin L. Peaslee 


Jan. 4, 1895 


Woodstock. 


Woodsville* 


Solon S. Evans 


Jan. 21, 1893 


Haverhill. 


Zealand 


Richard J . Quinn 


Apr. 24, 1893 


Carroll. 



OFFICIAL VOTE 



58 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL 





MCKINLEY AND HOBART 




Electors. 










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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 


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£ 


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H 


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Atkinson . 

Auburn 

Brentwood. 

Candia 

Chester . . . 



Danville 

Deerfi eld 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 217 



Exeter 

Fremont . . . 
Greenland . 
Hampstead 
Hampton. . . 



Hampton Falls. 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry . . 
Newcastle 



Newfields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 129 



89 


89 


89 


115 


115 


115 


150 


150 


150 


194 


194 


194 


182 


182 


182 


116 


116 


116 


242 


242 


242 


440 


440 


440 


52 


52 


52 


217 


217 


217 


801 


801 


801 


117 


117 


117 


95 


95 


95 


170 


170 


170 


216 


216 


216 


133 


133 


133 


88 


88 


88 


194 


194 


194 


265 


265 


265 


85 


85 


85 


125 


125 


125 


41 


41 


41 


313 


313 


313 


193 


193 


193 


129 


129 


129 



115 
150 
194 
182 

116 
242 
440 
52 
217 

801 
117 
95 
170 
216 

133 

88 

194 

265 

85 

125 
41 
313 
193 
129 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



59 



LECTORS, NOVEMBER 3, i8 Q 6. 



Bri 


AN AND SEW ALL 


; Palmer and Buckner 


Bryan and 

Watson 

Electors. 




Electors. 






Electors. 




3D 

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w 


6 

•-4 


£ 


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6 

b0 

C 


a 
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H 


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02 


<v 

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1-3 


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1 .2 
1 






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§ 


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6 


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W 



a 


1 




a 




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a 



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bfl 

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1 




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<1 


F-t 
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23 


23 


23 


23 


3 


3 


3 


3 


1 


1 


l 


1 


53 


53 


53 


53 


9 


9 


9 


Q 










27 


27 


27 


27 


6 


6 


6 


6 










78 


78 


78 


78 


12 


12 


12 


12 


1 


"i" 


"1 


1 


36 


36 


36 


36 


5 


5 


5 


5 


2 


2 


2 


2 


12 


12 
70 


12 

70 


12 

70 


2 
32 


2 
32 


2 
32 


2 
32 










70 


. .„ 


1 


1 


1 


135 


135 | 135 


135 


20 


20 


20 


20 


11 


11 


11 


11 


24 


24 


24 


24 


8 


8 


8 


8 


2 


2 


2 


2 


132 


132 


132 


132 


16 


16 


16 


10 


2 


2 


2 


2 


196 


196 


196 


196 


11 


11 


11 


11 


7 


7 


7 


7 


13 


13 


13 


13 


9 


9 


9 


9 




— 






34 


34 


34 


34 


9 


9 


9 


9 




.... 






38 


38 


38 


38 


11 


11 


11 


11 


1 




1 


1 


72 


72 


72 


72 


19 


19 


19 


19 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


5 


5 


5 


6 


6 


6 


6 


1 


1 


1 


1 


51 


51 


51 


51 


6 


6 


6 


6 




— 






65 


66 


65 


65 


11 


11 


11 


11 


2 


2 


2 


2 


66 


66 


66 


66 


6 


6 


6 


6 


2 


2 


2 


2 


55 


55 


55 


55 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


40 


40 

49 

139 


40 

49 

139 


40 

49 

139 


4 


4 


4 


4 










49 


1 
13 


1 

13 


1 
13 


1 


139 


"l9" 


19 


"l9 


"l9 


13 


67 


67 


67 


67 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


52 


. 52 


52 


52 


14 


14 


14 


14 


2 


2 1 


2 


2 



60 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY.— Continued. 



McKlNLEY AND HOBART 

Electors. 







6 




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North wood 190 

Nottingham 177 

Plaistow 168 

Portsmouth— Ward 1 409 

" 2 I 541 

u 3 1 148 

" 4 194 

" 5 129 

Raymond 195 

Rye 134 

Salem I 261 

Sando wn j 65 

Seabrook ! 213 

South Hampton j 52 

Stratham i 109 

Windham I 131 



Totals I 7,881 



190 
177 
168 
409 
544 

148 
194 
129 
195 
134 

261 

65 
213 

52 
109 
131 



7,881 



190 
177 
168 
409 
544 

148 
194 
129 
195 
134 

261 
65 

213 
52 

109 

131 



190 
177 
168 
409 
544 

148 
194 
129 
195 
134 

261 
65 

213 
52 

109 

131 



7,881 



7,881 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



61 



Bryan and Sewall 
Electors. 



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Bryan and 

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Electors. 





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T3 


~ 


0) 


£ 


Ph 



44 


44 


44 


44 


38 


38 


38 


38 


37 


37 


37 


37 


165 


165 


165 


165 


136 


136 


136 


136 


171 


171 


171 


171 


103 


103 


103 


103 


165 


165 


165 


165 


118 


118 


118 


118 


81 


81 


81 


81 


6:', 


63 


63 


63 


29 


29 


29 


29 


156 


156 


156 


156 


28 


28 


28 


28 


38 


38 


38 


38 


14 


14 


14 


14 


2.918 


2,918 


2,918 


2,918 



14 


14 


14 


14 


14 


14 


14 


14 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


i) 


6 


6 


13 


13 


13 


13 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


6 


6 


6 


6 


14 


14 


14 


14 


11 


11 


11 


11 


27 


27 


27 


27 


11 


11 


11 


11 


4 


4 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


9 


9 


9 


;i 


11 


6 


6 


6 


390 


390 


390 


390 



1 

1 

.... 

74 



62 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Levering and Johnson 
Electors. 









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PS 




ROCKINGHAM COUNTY.— Continued. 




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03 






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a 


>» 




ss 


3 


m 


fe 




Q 


P=< 


\A 






hj 


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pi 


H 






N 


r^l 


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e8 


0) 




3 

s 




TJ 


X5 


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c3 




W 


W 


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W 


Atkinson 


4 


4 


4 


4 


Auburn 


1 

1 


1 
1 


1 
1 


1 


Brentwood 


1 


Candia 










Chester 










Danville 










Deerfield 


2 
5 


2 
5 


2 
5 


2 


Derry ... 


5 


East Kingston 










Eppinec ..." 


8 


8 


8 


8 


Exeter 


10 
1 


10 

1 


10 
1 


10 


Fremont 


1 


Greenland 


2 
2 


2 

2 


2 
2 


2 


Hampstead 


2 


Hampton 


4 


4 


4 


4 


Hampton Falls 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Kensington 








Kingston 


2 


2 


2 


2 
2 


Londonderry 


2 


2 


2 


Newcastle 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Newfields 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Newington 










Newmarket 


4 


4 


4 


4 


Newton 


1 


1 


I 


I 


North Hampton 


2 


2 


2 


2 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



63 



Bentley axd Southgate 


Matchett and Maguire 


Electors. 


Electors. 
















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o 
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pq 


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a 


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£ 


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rO 


T3 


3 


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T) 


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o 




^3 


© 


o 


tf 


E=H 


* 


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64 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Levering and Johnson 
Electors. 


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY.-- Continued. 


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O 


a 
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N 
4) 
d 
03 


03 
d 

1" 

m 

d 

s 

p 
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VI 
03 
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O 

1b 
a 

m 


North wood 


7 7 
3 S 


7 
3 

1 


7 
3 


Nottingham 


Plaistow 


1 


1 


1 


Portsmouth — Ward 1 




" 2 

" 3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


" 4 

" 5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Raymond 










live 


1 

8 


1 

8 


1 
8 


1 


Salem 


8 


Sandown 


Seabrook 


1 
3 

4 


1 
3 
4 


1 
o 
4 


1 


South Hampton* 


3 
4 


Strath am 


Windham 














Totals 


87 


87 


87 


87 





* South Hampton, Moses J. Eaton, 1; Andrew J. Currier, 1; Joseph W. Stock- 
man, 1; Horace M. Brown, 1. 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



65 



Bentley and Southgate 
Electors. 


Matchett and Maguire 
Electors. 


Charles E. Doying. 


Robert A. Froliock. 


Fred L. Wells. 


John W. Coolidge. 


Louis Arnstein. 


a 

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o 

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03 

o 

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S 

K 

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5 


% 

M 

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be 

© 
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1 1 












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1 
1 


2 
1 
1 


2 






1 








1 













































i 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 1 


1 




2 


2 


2 


2 




1 
























1 





















































4 


4 4 4 


1 13 


15 


15 


15 



66 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 



McKlNLEY . 


\ND H( 


Electors. 




G> 




/o 


fl 




cS 


U 


© 


>> 


o 


43 


2 


fc 


H 


fin 


a 


< 


X 


© 


B 


a 


Ph 


c3 


a 


<D 


&h 


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02 


w 



Barrmgton 

Dover — Ward 1 

" 2 

" 3. ... V. 

" 4 

" 5 

Durham 

Farmington 

Lee 

Madbury 

Middleton 

Milton 

New Durham 

Rochester — Ward 1 

" 2... 

" 3..., 
" 4... 
" 5. . . 
" 6.... 
Rollinsford 

Somersworth — Ward 1 
" 2 
" 8 
" 4 
" 5 

Strafford 

Totals. 



244 


244 


244 


318 


318 


318 


468 


468 


468 


417 


417 


417 


557 


557 


557 


40 


40 


40 


161 


161 


161 


461 


461 


461 


106 


106 


106 


63 


63 


63 


50 


50 


50 


284 


284 


284 


77 


77 


77 


202 


202 


202 


194 


194 


194 


186 


186 


186 


207 


207 


207 


167 


167 


167 


272 


272 


272 


215 


215 


215 


158 


158 


158 


164 


164 


164 


133 


133 


133 


74 


74 


74 


87 


87 


87 


178 


178 


178 


5,483 


5,483 


5,483 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



67 



Bryan and Sewall 


Palmer and Buckner 


Bryan and 
Watson 
Electors. 




Electors. 






Electors. 




«3 

.2 
© 


6 

© 

g 


© 


5 
£ 

1-3 


S 


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'2 

p 


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O 




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M 



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3 


ni 


o 


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o 


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a 


K 


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r^ 


£h 




S 


O 

a 




a 


>> 


5/5 


© 


O 


S 


O 


w 


© 

a 

e3 


^ 


B 




u 


3 


r^ 




£j 


T3 


s 




£ 


w 


e 




c3 


o 

-2 


£ 


O 


£ 


£ 




O 
P 


63 


63 


63 


63 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


81 


81 
159 


81 
159 


81 
159 


9 
11 


<> 
11 


9 
11 


9 
11 










159 


3 


3 


3 


3 


94 


94 


94 


94 


4 


4 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


136 


136 


136 


136 


10 


10 


10 


10 


3 


3 


3 


3 


208 
65 


208 
65 


208 
65 


208 
05 


1 
3 


1 
3 


1 
3 


1 
3 










1 


1 


1 


1 


221 
43 


221 
43 


221 
43 


221 
43 


15 
4 


15 
4 


15 
4 


15 

4 










3 


3 


3 


3 


31 
35 


31 

25 


31 

25 


31 

25 


3 

o7 


3 

37 


3 
37 


3 
37 


















57 


57 


57 


57 


8 


8 


8 


8 










7°) 


79 


79 


79 


7 


7 


7 


7 










55 


55 


55 


55 j 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


3 


49 

35 
113 


49 

35 
113 


49 

35 
113 


49 

35 
113 


4 

2 
8 


4 

2 
8 


4 

'2 
8 


4 

2 

8 


























40 


40 


40 


40 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


80 


80 


80 


80 


13 


13 


13 


13 


2 


2 


2 


2 


105 


105 


105 


105 


9 


9 


9 


9 


2 


2 


2 


2 


6-? 


62 


62 


62 


6 


6 


6 


6 










57 


57 


57 


57 


1 


1 




1 










101 
96 


101 

96 


101 
96 


101 
96 


1 
3 


1 
3 


1 
3 


1 
3 










2 


2 


2 


2 


60 


60 


60 


60 


















119 


119 


119 


119 


5 


5 


5 


5 


2 
25 


2 

25 


2 
25 


2 


,234 


2,234 


2,234 


2,234 


173 


173 


173 


173 


25 



68 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Levering and Johnson 
Electors. 


STRAFFORD COUNTY.— Continued. 


O 

ea 

be 


U 
U 
03 

s 

N 

03 


6 
Si) 

cS 

Pi 

Ul 

1-3 

.9 

a 

c3 

(H 
ft 


o 
S 

02 


Barrington 










Dover — Ward 1 










" 2 


2 
2 
3 


2 
2 
3 


2 
2 
3 


2 


44 3 


2 


44 4 


3 


" 5 




Du rliam 










Farmington 


9 


9 


9 


9 


Lee 




Madbury 










Middleton 










Milton 


6 
1 
6 
1 

4 

5 

1 

10 

2 

3 
3 

1 


6 
1 
6 
1 

4 

5 
1 

10 

2 

3 
3 

1 


6 

1 
6 
1 

4 

5 

1 

10 

2 

3 
3 

1 


6 


New Durh am 


1 


Rochester — Ward 1 


6 


44 2 


1 


" 3 


4 


" 4 


5 


" 5 

44 6 


1 
10 


Rollinsf ord 


2 


Somersworth — Ward 1 


3 


44 2 


3 


" 3 

44 4 


1 


44 5 




Strafford 


1 


1 


1 


1 






Totals. 


62 


62 


62 


62 







VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



69 



Bentley and Southgate 


Matchett and Maguire 


Electors. 


Electors. 


g 


o 




©* 

b£ 

T3 


b" 


a 
o 


© 




c 


o 


Efl 






© 






a 


£ 


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O 
O 


© 


O 


pq 


© 


w 


<s 


£ 




a 


A* 


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© 




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kj 


^ 


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© 


J-H 


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ns 


a 










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rO 




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g8 


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o 




o 


c 




rd 


© 


o 


« 


ft 


H5 


h3 


fe 


O 


O 



1 1 



2 16 



16 



16 16 



70 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



BELKNAP COUNTY. 



mckinley and hobaet 
Electors. 



« 



w 



Q 

c 
ci 

w 



Alton 

Barnstead 

Belmont 

Centre Harbor . . 
Gilford 

Gilmanton 

Laconia — Ward 1 
» 2 
" 3 
" 4 

" 5 
" 6 

Meredith 

New Hampton. . 

Sanbornton. . . . 

Tilton 

Totals 



259 
174 
208 
74 
138 

243 

74 

231 

178 
229 

211 
471 i 
306 
181 ' 

192 
296 



3,465 



259 


259 


174 


174 


208 


208 


74 


74 


138 


138 


243 


243 


74 


74 


231 


231 


178 


178 


229 


229 


211 


211 


471 


471 


306 


306 


181 


181 


192 


192 


296 


296 


3,465 


3,465 



259 
174 
208 
74 
138 

243 

74 

231 

178 
229 

211 
471 
306 
181 
192 
296 



3,465 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



71 



Bryan and Sewall 


Palmer and Buckner 


Bryan and 

Watson 
Electors. 




Elec 


TORS. 






Electors. 




a 


CO 

o 

£ 

4-3 
4-3 


"3d 


o 
g 

1-5 






'3 

"a 

Q 


d 
> 


02 
CD 

O 


.2 

c8 


o 


u 

u 
O 


o 


PQ 

© 
Pi 


O 


Q 




W 


fr 


d 


M 


Pw 


CD 


2 

eg 








CQ 


<x> 


6 


o3 




w 


3 


i 


g 


4J 




O 

1-5 


S 
£ 


o 


1 




.2 


o 


89 
112 


89 
112 


89 
112 


89 
112 


5 

8 


5 

8 


5 

8 


5 

8 










1 


1 


1 


1 


38 


38 


38 


38 


11 


11 


11 


11 


1 


1 


1 


1 


41 
44 

48 
30 


41 
44 

48 
30 


41 
44 

48 
30 


41 
44 

48 
30 


9 

2 

26 
14 


9 
2 

26 
14 


9 

2 

26 
14 


9 
2 

26 
14 


























1 


1 


1 


1 


38 


38 
49 


38 
49 


38 
49 


15 

8 


15 

8 


15 

8 


15 

8 










49 


1 


1 


1 


1 


60 


60 

47 

85 


60 

47 

85 


60 

47 

85 


24 

11 
24 


24 

11 
24 


24 

11 
24 


24 

11 
24 










47 










85 


6 


6 


6 


6 


114 


114 


114 


114 


22 


22 


22 


22 


2 


2 


2 


2 


69 


69 


69 


69 


5 


5 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


32 


32 

68 


32 

68 


32 

68 


21 

58 


21 

58 


21 

58 


21 

58 










68 


1 
14 


1 
14 


1 

14 


1 


964 


964 


964 


964 


263 


263 ' 


263 


263 


14 



72 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 





Levering and Johnson 




Electors. 








3 




BELKNAP COUNTY.— Continued. 


SS 


a 
p 

3 


Sh 

ft 


to 

© 




Q 


P^ 


A 






h4 


3 


.2 


H 




s3 


a 

CD 


(=1 


3 




^3 


rO 




ct 




W 


m 


£ 


m 


Alton 


3 
2 
4 


3 

2 

4 


3 

2 
4 


_ 


Barnstead 


2 


Belmont 


4 


Centre Harbor 










Gilford 


6 

8 


6 

8 


6 

8 


6 


Gilmanton 


8 


Laconia — Ward 1 




" 2 


3 


3 


3 


3 


" 3 




" 4 


2 


2 


2 


2 


" 5 


1 

11 

6 


1 

11 

6 


1 

11 

6 


1 


" 6 


11 


Meredith 


6 


New Hampton 




Sanbornton 


4 

8 


4 

8 


4 

8 


4 


Tilton 


8 






Totals 


58 


58 


58 


58 







VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



73 



Bentley and Southgate 
Electors. 


Matchett and Maguire 
Electors. 


bb 

.2 
"£> 

Q 

H 
ds 

Ss 

5 


O 



p 

-^> 
s 

o 
P4 


Fred L. Wells. 


John W. Coolidge. 


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a 
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3 


Fred G. 11. Gordon. 


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CO 

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5 


© 

be 

o 

CO 


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4 


4 4. 4 

























74 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



MCKINLEY AND HOBART 

Electors. 




Albany 

Bartlett 

Brookfield 

Chatham 

Conway 

Eaton 

Effingham 

Freedom 

Hart's Locaton. . 

Jackson 

Madison 

Moultonborough 

Ossipee 

Sandwich 

Tarn worth 

Tuftonborongh . 

Wakefield 

Wolf eborough. . . 



34 


34 


34 


168 


168 


168 


59 


59 


59 


56 


56 


56 


407 


407 


407 


45 


45 


45 


89 


89 


89 


67 


67 


67 


8 


8 


8 


64 


64 


64 


113 


113 


113 


264 


264 


264 


205 


205 


205 


226 


226 


226 


203 


203 


203 


118 


118 


118 


220 


220 


220 


454 


454 


454 


2,800 


2,800 


2,800 



34 
168 

59 

56 
407 

45 

89 

67 

8 

64 

113 

264 

205 
226 
203 
118 
220 
454 

2,800 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



75 



Br\ 


'AN AND SEWALL 


Palmer and Buckner 


Bryan and 

Watson 
Electors. 




Electors. 






Electors. 




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g 

CD 

-us 


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o 


a 
o 

03 

g 

1-3 


S 

'3b 


a 


5 

Q 


a 

eg 

> 

6 


to 
a 
>> 

o 


.2 

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»~5 


M 
o 


.2 

Si 

3 

o 

pi 


o 

£ 




O 
c5 




a 






O 
S 


o 




CD 

a 

a 


1 


33 


s 


+3 

cS 


u 

Si 

w 


a 




CD 

o 
M 


i 




g 
«1 


o 


35 


35 

80 


35 

80 


35 

80 


















SO 


7 


7 


7 


7 


2 


2 


2 


2 


26 


26 

22 
168 


26 

22 
168 


26 

22 

168 


















22 


1 
18 


1 

IS 


1 

18 


1 
18 










168 


1 


1 


l 


i 


53 


53 

41 
101 


53 

41 
101 


53 

41 
101 


2 

7 
14 


2 

7 
14 


2 

7 
14 


2 

7 
14 










41 










101 


L 


1 


l 


i 


1 


1 
46 
35 
24 

167 


1 
46 
35 
24 

167 


1 
40 
35 
24 

167 


















46 


6 


6 


6 


6 










35 










24 


9 
12 




12 


9 

12 


9 

12 










167 


1 


1 


1 


i 


88 


88 


88 


88 


10 


10 


10 


10 


1 


1 


1 


i 


40 


40 


40 


40 


16 


16 


16 


1(5 










54 


54 
124 


54 
124 


54 
124 


12 

46 


12 
46 ' 


12 
46 


12 

46 










124 


1 


1 


1 


i 


101 


101 


101 


101 


15 


15 


15 


15 


1 
8 


1 

8 


1 

8 


i 


1,206 


1,206 


1,206 


1,206 


175 


175 


175 


175 


8 



76 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Levering 'and Johnson 
Electors. 


CARROLL COUNTY.— Continued. 


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o 

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bJD 


a 

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a 

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6 

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Albany 










Bartlett 


6 


6 


6 


6 


Brookfield 




Chatham 










Conway 


8 
8 

1 


8 
8 

1 


8 

8 

1 


8 


Eaton 


8 


Effingham 


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Freedom 




Hart's Location 










J ackson 


1 
1 
5 

5 
4 

1 

4 

3 

10 


1 
1 
5 

5 
4 
1 
4 
3 
10 


1 
1 
5 

5 
4 
1 

4 

3 

10 


x 


Madison 


1 

5 


Moultonborough 


Ossipee 


5 


Sandwich 


4 


Tamworth 


x 


Tuftonborouffh 


4 


Wakefield 


3 


Wolf eborough 


10 






Totals . . . . 


57 


57 


57 


57 





VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



77 



Bentley and Southgate 
Electors. 


Matchett and Maguire 
Electors. 


Charles E. Doyin<L 


Robert A. Frohock. 




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3 


3 


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1 


1 


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78 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



MEKEIMACK COUNTY. 



McKlNLEY AND HOBART 

Electors. 



a 

ct 



6 




a 






® 


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PQ 


3 




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2 


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a 


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Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord— Ward 1. 

" 2. 

" s! 

u 4. 

" 5. 

" 6. 

u 7. 

14 8. 

41 9. 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin— Ward 1 
" 2 
" 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfleld 



128 


12S 


128 


141 


141 


141 


212 


212 


212 


133 


133 


133 


151 


151 


151 


153 


153 


153 


89 


89 


89 


289 


289 


289 


101 


101 


101 


163 


163 


163 


578 


578 


578 


461 


461 


461 


467 


467 


467 


355 


355 


355 


87 


87 


87 


167 


167 


167 


89 


89 


89 


110 


110 


110 


143 


143 


143 


311 


311 


311 


227 


227 


227 


284 


284 


284 


241 


241 


241 


100 


100 


100 


219 


219 


219 


272 


272 


272 


135 


135 


135 


62 


62 


62 


15S 


158 


158 


186 


186 


186 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



7 ( J 



1 

Bryan and Sewall 


Palmer and Buckner 


Bryan 

XAT a T. 


AND 




Electors. 






Electors. 




VV AIsujn 

Electors. 


QQ 

o 

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o 

5 


d 

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53 


53 


53 


53 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


2 


2 


132 


132 
54 


132 

54 


132 
54 


17 
14 


17 
14 


17 
14 


17 
14 










54 


":V 


"3' 


"3' 


"3 


44 


44 


44 


44 


11 


11 


11 


11 


4 


4 


4 


4 


78 


78 


78 


78 


23 


23 


23 


23 


2 


2 


2 


2 


50 


50 


50 


50 


13 


13 


13 


13 


3 


3 


3 


3 


74 


74 


74 


74 


ty 


7 


7 


7 










103 


103 


103 


103 


32 


32 


32 


32 


1 


1 


1 


" 1 


72 
102 
220 


72 
102 
226 


72 
102 
226 


72 
102 
226 


9 

1 

22 


9 
1 

22 


9 

1 
22 


9 

1 
22 


















"2" 


"2* 


"2' 


"2 


99 
243 


99 
243 


99 
243 


99 
243 


31 

20 


31 
20 


31 

20 


31 

20 










3 


3 


3 


3 


100 


100 


100 


100 


25 


25 


25 


25 










176 


176 


176 


176 


7 


7 


7 


7 


2 


"2 


2 


'"2 


159 


159 


159 


159 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


2 


2 


74 


74 


74 


74 


17 


17 


17 


17 


1 


1 


1 


1 


39 

72 


39 

72 


39 

72 


39 

72 


12 

7 


12 

7 


12 

7 


12 

7 










1 


1 


1 


1 


57 


57 


57 


57 


6 


6 


6 


6 


1 


1 


1 


1 


111 


111 


111 


111 


44 


44 


44 


44 


1 


1 


1 


1 


63 


63 


63 


63 


13 


13 


13 


13 










62 


62 


62 


62 


17 


17 


17 


17 










19 


19 


19 


19 


7 


7 


7 


7 


2 


"2 


"2 


'"2 


74 


74 


74 


74 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


4 


4 


145 


145 


145 


145 


16 


16 


16 


16 


1 


1 


1 


1 


84 


84 


84 


84 


8 


8 


8 


8 










55 


55 


55 


55 


23 


23 


23 


23 


1 


1 


i 


" i 


46 


46 


46 


46 


8 


8 


8 


8 


1 


1 


1 


1 


23 


23 


23 


23 


14 


14 


14 


14 


1 


1 


1 


1 



80 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





McKlNLEY AND HOBART 




Electors. 










a5 










>> 


MERRIMACK COUNTY— Continued. 


a 


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6 


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Pembroke.. . 
Pittsfleld. ... 
Salisbury. . . , 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 
Wilmot 

Totals, 



349 


349 


349 


348 


348 


348 


151 


151 


151 


145 


145 


145 


265 


265 


265 


113 


113 


118 


132 


132 


132 


7,715 


7,715 


7,715 



349 
348 
151 
145 
265 
113 
132 



7,715 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



81 



Bryan and Sewall 
Electors. 



£ 






bJD 
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5 

a 

S 

5 



Palmer and Buckner 
Electors. 







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w 


fe 


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£ 




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Bryan and 

Watson 

Electors. 



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a 


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159 


159 


177 


177 


41 


41 


27 


27 


90 


90 


30 


30 


49 


49 


5,262 


3,262 



150 

177 

41 

27 
90 
30 
49 

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159 

177 
41 
27 
90 
30 
49 

3,262 



12 
19 

8 
23 
39 

9 
14 

562 



12 

19 
8 

23 

39 
9 

14 

562 



12 
19 

8 
23 
39 

9 
14 

562 



12 
19 

8 
23 
39 

9 
14 

562 



48 48 



82 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY.— Continued. 



Levering and Johnson 
Electors. 



H 



Allenstown 
Andover . . . 
Boscawen . . 

Bow 

Bradford. . . 
Canterbury 



Chichester 

Concord — Ward 1. 

" 2, 

" 3. 

" 4. 

" 5, 



Danbury . . 
Dunbarton 



Epsom 

Franklin— Ward 1. 

" 2. 

" 3. 

Henniker 

Hill 



Hooksett. . . . 
Hopkinton . . 

Loudon 

Newbury. . . . 
New London 
Northfield . . 



10 



10 

9 
4 
1 
3 
10 
8 

14 
7 
2 
5 
1 
3 

1 
3 
2 
1 
4 
2 

2 
1 

7 

*2 
3 



10 

9 
4 
1 
3 
10 
8 

14 
7 
2 
5 
1 
3 

1 
3 

2 
1 

4 
o 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



83 



Bentley and Southgate 
Electors. 


Matchett and Maguire 

Electors. 


P 

O 

Q 

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5 


M 

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o 

£ 

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John W. Coolidge. 


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84 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Levering and Johnson 




Electors. 


MERRIMACK COUNTY.— Continued. 




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c5 


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Pembroke 


2 

15 

5 


2 

15 

5 


2 
15 

5 


2 


Pittsfield 


15 


Salisbury 


5 


Sutton 


6 

7 


6 

7 


6 

7 


6 


Warner 


7 


Webster 










Wilmot 


5 


5 


5 


5 


Totals 


155 


155 


155 


155 







VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



85 



Bentley and Southgate 


Matchett and Maguire 


Electors. 


Electors. 














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n 


o 


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p=t 


t-s 


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pq 


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86 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 



McKlNLEY AND HOBAET 

Electors. 



c5 




a 




3 


o 


o 




pq 


d 




H 


fc 




a 


< 


0> 


a 






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c3 


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m 


w 



Amherst 

Antrim 

Bedford 

Bennington 

Brookline 

Deering 

Francestown 

Goffstown 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Hancock* 

Hillsborough 

Hollis 

Hudson 

Litchfield 

Lyndeborough 

Manchester — Ward 1 
" 2 

U Q 

11 4 

" 5 

" 6 

" 7 

" 8 

" 9 

Mason 

Merrimack 

Milford 

Mont Vernon 

Nashua — Ward 1 



186 


186 


186 


243 


243 


243 


206 


206 


206 


100 


100 


100 


103 


103 


103 


45 


45 


45 


133 


133 


133 


356 


356 


356 


90 


90 


90 


141 


141 


141 


95 


95 


95 


397 


397 


397 


157 


157 


157 


208 


208 


208 


52 


52 


52 


141 


141 


141 


413 


413 


413 


852 


852 


852 


861 


861 


861 


804 


804 


804 


208 


208 


208 


008 


1,008 


1,008 


270 


270 


270 


587 


587 


587 


420 


420 


420 


93 


93 


93 


219 


219 


219 


612 


612 


612 


86 


86 


86 


437 


437 


437 







VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 






87 


Bry 


AN AND SEWALL 


Palmer and Buckner 


Bryan and 

Watson 

Electors. 




Electors. 






Electors. 


a 


o 

£ 

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a 




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3 


3 


+3 

w 

d 


> 

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a 


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£ 


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eg 


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m 


a 


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1 


a 

5 


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ee 
Sa=5 


2 

eg 


a 

►"5 


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O 

Ph 


1 




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O 
P 


47 


47 


47 


47 


10 


10 


10 


10 










83 


83 


83 


83 


20 


20 


20 


20 


"3" 


"3" 


"3' 


"3 


26 


26 


26 


26 


35 


35 


35 


35 


3 


3 


3 


3 


36 
29 


36 
29 


36 

29 


36 
29 


11 
16 


11 
16 


11 
16 


11 
16 










.... 


1 


.... 


" 1 


67 


67 


67 


67 


6 


6 


6 


6 


! 2 


2 


2 


2 


31 


31 


31 


31 


12 


12 


12 


12 


6 


6 


6 


6 


92 


92 
30 


92 
30 


92 
30 


56 
21 


56 
21 


56 

21 


56 
21 










30 


I" 2* 


2 


'2 


'2 


31 


31 


31 


31 


5 


5 


5 


5 


i . . . . 








39 


39 


39 


39 


18 


18 


18 


18 


1 


i 


.._.. 


i 


137 


137 


137 


137 


19 


19 


19 


19 


1 


1 


1 


1 


47 


47 


47 


47 


12 


12 


12 


12 


i 3 


3 


3 


3 


44 


44 
10 
21 


44 
10 
21 


44 

10 
21 


21 

7 
19 


21 

7 
19 


21 

7 
19 


21 

7 
19 










10 










21 




.... 






163 


163 


163 


163 


11 


11 


11 


11 


1 




1 


i 


132 


132 


132 


132 


59 


59 


59 


59 


3 


3 


3 


3 


234 


234 


234 


234 


32 


32 


32 


32 


4 


4 


4 


4 


222 


222 


222 


222 


20 


20 


30 


20 


2 


2 


2 


2 


675 


675 


675 


675 


27 


27 


27 


27 










414 


414 


414 


414 


53 


53 


53 


53 


'l3' 


'13' 


13 


' 13 


40 


40 

218 


40 

218 


40 

218 


3 

38 


3 

38 


3 

38 


3 

38 










218 


"3' 





3 


".3 


226 


226 


226 


226 


14 


14 


14 


14 


5 


5 


5 


5 


18 


18 
24 


18 
24 


18 
24 


8 
39 


8 
39 


8 
39 


8 
39 










24 


"i' 


1 


"i 


i 


121 


121 

27 


121 

27 


121 

27 


31 
15 


31 
15 


31 
15 


31 
15 










27 


"2 


"2 


"2 


'"2 


85 


85 


85 


85 


27 


27 


27 


27 


4 


4 


4 


4 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





McKlNLEY AND HOBART 




Electors. 










03 










M 










>> 


HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY— Continued. 


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Nashua — Ward 2, 
" 3, 
" 4 

'• 5. 
" 6, 

" 7 

" 8 
" 9 

New Boston 

New Ipswich. . . . 

Pelham 

Peterborough . . . 

Sharon 

Temple 

Weare 

Wilton 

Windsor 

Totals 



2S8 


28S 


2S8 


204 


204 


204 


179 


179 


179 


117 


117 


117 


163 


163 


163 


472 


472 


472 


421 


421 


421 


312 


312 


312 


172 


172 


172 


138 


138 


138 


125 


125 


125 


411 


411 


411 


8 


8 


8 


59 


59 


59 


257 


257 


257 


226 


226 


226 


5 


5 


5 


13,080 


13,080 


13,080 



288 
204 
179 
117 
163 
472 

421 
312 
172 
138 
125 
411 



59 

257 

226 

5 



13,080 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



89 



3ry 


AST AND SEWALL 


Palmer and Buc 


KNER 


Bryan and 

Watson 
Electors. 




Electors. 






Electors. 




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28 


28 


28 


28 


2 


2 


2 


2 


65 


165 


165 


165 


10 


10 


10 


10 


6 


6 


6 


6 


87 


87 
113 

75 
191 


87 
113 

75 
191 


87 
113 

75 
191 


9 
5 

11 
19 


9 

5 

11 

19 


9 

5 
11 
19 


9 

5 

11 

19 










18 










75 










91 


2 


2 


2 


2 


67 
514 


167 
214 


167 
214 


167 
214 


22 
10 


22 
10 


22 
10 


22 
10 










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3 


3 


3 


46 


46 


46 


46 


14 


14 


14 


14 


4 


4 


4 


4 


8 


8 


8 


8 


7 


7 


7 


7 


1 


1 


1 


1 


68 


68 


68 


68 


7 


7 


7 


7 


1 


1 


1 


1 


48 


48 


48 


48 


42 


42 


42 


42 


5 


5 


5 


5 


15 
12 
14 


15 

12 

114 


15 

12 

114 


15 

12 

114 



















13 

17 


13 

17 


13 

17 


13 
17 










3 


3 


3 


3 


99 


99 


99 


99 


36 


36 


36 


36 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


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2 










88 


SS 


88 




577 


4,877 


4,877 


4,877 


917 


917 


917 


917 


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90 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Levering and Johnson 
Electors. 


HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.— Continued. 


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1 

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2 


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Antrim 


2 


Bedford 


2 


Bennington 




Brookline 










Deering 


1 

1 
5 


1 

1 
5 


1 

1 
5 


1 


Francestown 

Goffstown 


1 
5 


Greenfield 




Greenville 


1 

1 
11 

10 

2 


1 

1 
11 

10 
2 


1 

1 
11 

10 

2 


1 


Hancock* 

Hillsborough 

Hollis 


1 
11 

10 


Hudson 


2 


Litchfield 




Lyndeborough 

Manchester — Ward 1 

" 2 

" 3 

" 4 

" 5 

l ' 6 


2 
4 
9 

17 

5 

19 

8 

2 
1 

1 


2 
4 
9 

17 

5 

19 

8 
2 
1 

1 


2 
4 
9 

17 

5 

19 

8 

2 
1 

1 


2 
4 
9 

17 

5 

19 

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1 


Mason 




Merrimack 

Milford ! 


1 
4 


1 
4 


1 
4 


1 

4 


Nashua — Ward 1 





VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



91 



Bentley and Southgate 
Electors. 


Matchett and Maguire 
Electors. 


a 

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6 


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3 


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1 


1 


1 












4 
3 

7 
18 

1 
96 

30 


4 
3 

7 
18 

1 
96 

30 


4 
3 

7 
18 

1 
96 

30 


4 










3 










7 










18 










1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


96 
30 






























1 

1 


1 

1 


1 
1 










1 





















92 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 





Levering and Johnson 




Electors. 








a> 










3 




HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.— Continued. 




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4 


4 


4 


4 


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2 


2 


2 


2 


" 5 










" 6 










" 7 , 


2 


2 


2 


2 


" 8 


4 


4 


4 


4 


" 9 


1 

1 
1 


1 

1 
1 


1 
1 

1 


1 


New Boston 


1 


New Ipswich 


1 


Pelham 










Peterborough 


7 


7 


7 


7 


Sharon 










Temple 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Weare 


8 


8 


8 


8 


Wilton 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Windsor 














Totals 


144 


144 


144 


144 











* Hancock, Harry Bingham, 1; Nathan C.Jameson, 1; John W. Coolidge, 1; 
Fred G. R. Gordon, 1. 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



93 



Bentley and Southgate 


Matchett and Maguire 


Electors. 


Electors. 














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11 


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176 


176 


176 



94 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





MCKINLEY AND HOBART 




Electors. 










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CHESHIRE COUNTY. 


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Chesterfield .. . 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville .... 

Hinsdale 

Jaft'rey 

Keene — Ward 1 
" 2 

" 3 
" 4 
" 5 

Marlborough. . 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Iiichmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry , 

Swanzey . . 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland . 
Winchester 

Totals. . . . 



155 


155 


196 


196 


87 


87 


182 


182 


115 


115 


128 


128 


362 


362 


244 


244 


341 


341 


285 


285 


288 


288 


209 


209 


154 


154 


263 


263 


91 


91 


51 


51 


71 


71 


167 


167 


20 


20 


63 


63 


61 


61 


50 


50 


248 


248 


161 


161 


274 


274 


145 


145 


407 


407 


4,818 


4,818 



155 
196 
87 
182 
115 

128 
362 
244 
341 

285 

288 
209 
154 
263 
91 

51 
71 
167 
20 
63 
61 

50 
248 
161 
274 
145 
407 



4,818 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



95 



Jryan and Sewall 


1 ! 
Palmer and Buckner 


Bryan and 
Watson 
Electors. 




Electors. 






Electors. 






9 
o 
£ 


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3 

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41 


44 


44 


44 


16 


16 


16 


16 


i 


1 


l 


1 


33 


33 


33 


33 


9 


9 


9 


9 


2 


2 


2 


2 


7 


7 
32 


7 
32 


7 
32 


















32 


8 


8 


8 


8 


1 


1 


1 


1 


4:5 


43 


43 


43 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


25 


25 


25 


25 


8 


8 


8 


8 


1 


1 


1 


1 


39 
58 
00 
65 

80 
42 


39 

58 

100 

65 

80 
42 


39 

58 

100 

65 

80 
42 


39 

58 

100 

65 

80 
42 










5 


5 


5 


5 


14 
6 
6 

9 

8 


14 
6 
6 

9 
8 


14 

6 
6 

9 

8 


14 
6 
6 

9 

8 




























1 


1 


1 


1 


16 

32 
31 


116 
32 
31 


116 
32 
31 


116 

32 

31 


7 

5 

15 


7 

5 

15 


7 

5 

15 


7 

5 

15 


















1 


1 


1 


1 


11 

7 
16 


11 

7 
16 


11 

7 
16 


11 

7 
16 


2 

12 

6 


2 

12 

6 


•■ 2 

12 

6 


2 

12 

6 


















2 


2 


2 


2 


3 

28 
2 

13 

77 


28 

13 

77 


3 

28 

2 

13 

77 


3 

28 
2 

13 

77 


















3 
4 


3 

4 


3 

4 


3 

4 


























32 


32 


32 


32 


5 


5 


5 


5 


21 


21 


21 


21 


9 


9 


9 


9 


1 


1 


1 


1 


20 


220 


220 


220 


31 


31 


31 


31 


5 


5 


5 


5 


15 
53 

4:; 


45 
53 


45 
53 


45 
53 


9 
11 


9 
11 


9 
11 


9 

11 










2 
29 


2 
29 


9 

29 


2 


1,243 


1,243 


1,243 


231 


231 


231 


231 


29 



96 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Levering and Johnson 
Electors. 


CHESHIEE COUNTY.— Continued. 


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Q 


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m 


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g 


Alstead 


1 


1 


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1 


Chesterfield. 




Dublin 


4 
1 

1 

3 
3 

3 

1 

1 

3 


4 

1 
1 

3 

g 

o 

1 
1 

3 


4 
1 
1 

3 
3 
3 
1 
1 

3 


4 


Fitzwilliam 


1 


Gilsum 


1 


Harrisville 


3 


Hinsdale 




Jaffrey 


3 


Keene — Ward 1 


1 


" 2 


1 


" 3 


3 


" 4 




" 5 










Marlborough 


2 
1 

1 
1 
5 


2 
1 

1 

1 
5 


2 
1 

1 
1 
5 


2 


Marlow 


1 


Nelson 


1 


Richmond 


1 


Rindge 


5 


Roxbury 




Stoddard 










Sullivan 












2 


2 


2 


2 


Swanzey 














Walpole 


4 
2 
6 


4 

2 

6 


4 

2 
6 


4 


Winchester 


2 
6 






Totals 


45 


45 


45 


45 







VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



97 



Bentley and Southgate 


Matchett and Mag 


UIRE 


Electors. 




Electors. 
















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1 


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1 


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1 


1 










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1 


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1 


1 














































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1 


1 


1 





























































































































































































3 


3 


3 


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98 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



McKlNLEY AND HOBART 

Electors. 









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Acworth . . . 
Charlestown 
Claremont . 

Cornish 

Croydon . . . 

Goshen 

Grantham . . 
Langdon . . . 
Lempster . . 
Newport . . . 

Plainfield . . 
Springfield . 
Sunapee. . . . 

Unity 

Washington 

Totals 



115 


115 


115 


214 


214 


214 


830 


830 


830 


156 


156 


156 


78 


78 


78 


63 


63 


63 


53 


53 


53 


58 


58 


58 


92 


92 


92 


507 


507 


507 


200 


200 


200 


76 


76 


76 


153 


153 


153 


77 


77 


77 


78 


78 


78 


2,750 


2,750 


2,750 



115 

214 

830 
156 

78 

63 
53 

58 

92 

507 

200 

76 
153 

77 



2,750 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



99 





Bby 


AN AND SEWALL 


1 
Palmer and Buckner 


Bryan and 

Watson 
Electors. 




Electors. 






Electors. 




CO 

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6 


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p 


32 


32 


32 


32 


7 


7 


7 


1 

7 










m 


63 


63 


63 


9 


9 


9 


9 


1 


1 


l 


1 


253 


253 


253 


253 


36 


86 


36 


36 


4 


4 


4 


4 


39 


39 


39 


39 


10 


10 


10 


10 


2 


2 


2 


2 


22 


22 


22 


22 


o 


3 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


24 


24 


24 


24 


8 


8 


8 


8 


3 


3 


3 


3 


38 


38 


38 


38 


7 


7 


7 


7 










13 


13 


13 


13 


5 


5 


5 


5 










29 
100 


29 
106 


29 
106 


29 
106 


14 

31 


14 
31 


14 
31 


14 
31 










2 


2 


2 


2 


31 


31 


31 


31 


35 


35 


35 


35 


2 


2 


2 


2 


32 


32 


32 


32 


10 


10 


10 


10 










41 


41 


41 


41 


15 


15 


15 


15 


2 


2 


2 


2 


65 


65 


65 


(55 


o 


6 


6 


6 










56 


56 


56 


56 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 
21 


4 
21 


4 
21 


4 


844 


844 


844 


844 


201 


201 > 


201 


201 


21 



100 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Levering and Johnson 




Electors. 


SULLIVAN COUNTY.— Continued. 




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2 


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1 


1 


1 


1 


Claremont 


13 
1 


13 
I 


13 

1 


13 


Cornish 


1 


Croydon 










Goshen 










Grantham 










Langdon 










Lempster 


9 


2 


9 


2 


Newport 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Plainfield 










Springfield 


2 


2 


9 


2 


Sunapee 


9 


2 


2 


2 


Unity 


2 


2 


2 


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Washington 




















Totals 


27 37 


27 


27 









VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



101 



Bentley and Southgate 


Matchett and Maguire 


Electors. 


Electors. 




































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1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


4 4 


4 


4 



102 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





McKlNLEY AND HOBAET 




Electors. 










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GRAFTON COUNTY. 




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Ashland 

Bath 

Benton 

Bethlehem . 

Bridgewater 

Bristol • 

Campton . . . 

Canaan 

Dorchester . 

Easton 

Ellsworth . . 
Enfield. ... 
Franconia. . 
Grafton 

Groton 

Hanover . . . 
Haverhill. . . 

Hebron 

Holderness. 

Landaff 

Lebanon . . . 
Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton . . . 

Livermore. . 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe 
Orange 



78 


78 


78 


248 


248 


248 


116 


116 


116 


29 


29 


29 


137 


137 


137 


54 


54 


54 


296 


296 


296 


186 


186 


186 


222 


222 


222 


60 


60 


60 


17 


17 


17 


11 


11 


11 


250 


250 


250 


65 


65 


65 


117 


117 


117 


39 


39 


39 


354 


354 


354 


463 


463 


463 


24 


24 


24 


101 


101 


101 


57 


57 


57 


836 


836 


836 


82 


82 


82 


341 


341 


341 


521 


521 


521 


4 


4 


4 


78 


78 


78 


239 


239 


239 


109 


109 


109 


31 


31 


31 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



103 



Bryan and Sewall 
Electors. 


Palmer and Buckner 
Electors. 


Bryan and 

Watson 

Electors. 


C/2 

13 

W 

d 

S3 


o 

>> 

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p 


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P 

O 

5 
a 

a 

5 


p 

o 

VI 

03 

£ 

o 

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a 

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m 

6 
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be 

o 


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o" 

d 
S 

1 


p 

►-9 

o 

s 

05 


o 

PU 

W 

< 


Q 

W 

o 

p 

O 

o 


70 

56 

117 

21 

'128 

9 


70 
56 

117 
21 

128 

9 

52 
52 
67 
15 

51 

20 
87 
39 
67 

16 

61 

224 

27 
51 

40 

104 

13 

90 

143 


70 

56 

117 

21 

128 

9 
52 
52 
67 
15 

51 
20 

87 
39 
67 

16 
61 

224 

27 
51 

40 

104 

13 

90 

143 


70 
56 

117 
21 

128 

9 
52 
52 
67 
15 

51 

20 
87 
39 

67 

16 

61 

224 

27 

51 

40 

104 

13 

90 

143 


16 

6 

8 


16 
6 

8 


16 
6 

8 


16 
6 

8 


l 


1 


1 


1 


4 


4 


4 


4 


22 

5 
40 
11 
11 

6 

4 

2 

11 

23 

1 

12 

18 

• 32 

9 

3 

9 
46 

1 
19 
59 


22 

5 
40 
11 
11 

6 

4 

2 
11 
23 

1 

12 
18 ' 
32 

9 

3 

9 

46 

1 

19 

59 


22 

5 
40 
11 
11 

6 

4 

2 

11 

23 

1 

12 

18 

32 

9 

3 

9 
46 

1 
19 
59 


22 

5 
40 
11 
11 

6 

4 

2 

11 

23 

1 

12 

18 

32 

9 

3 

9 
46 

1 
19 
59 


1 


1 


1 


1 


52 
52 
67 
15 

51 

20 


1 
2 
1 
1 


1 

2 
1 
1 


1 
2 
1 
1 


1 
2 
1 
1 


87 
39 
67 

16 

61 

224 

27 
51 

40 










1 


1 


1 


1 










4 
3 
1 


4 
3 

1 


4 
3 

1 


4 
3 

1 










104 
13 


1 


1 


1 


1 


90 
143 


3 

7 


3 

7 


3 

7 


7 


49 
48 
13 


49 
48 
13 
17 


49 
48 
13 
17 


49 
48 
13 
17 


5 
2 

2 
5 


5 

2 
2 
5 


5 

2 
2 
5 


5 

2 
2 
5 


1 

2 


1 


1 

2 


1 


17 











104 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





McKlNLEY AND HOBART 




Electors. 










© 










^ 










>> 


GRAFTON COUNTY— Continued. 




a 

3 
o 


6 

■+3 


p 

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pq 


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Orford 

Piermont. . . 
Plymouth . . 
Rumney. . . . 
Thornton . . 

Warren 

Waterville. . 
Wentworth. 
Woodstock . 

Totals 



142 


142 


142 


116 


116 


116 


313 


313 


313 


131 


131 


131 


85 


85 


85 


111 


111 


111 


6 


6 


6 


59 


59 


59 


71 


71 


71 


6,199 


6,199 


6,199 



142 
116 
313 
131 

85 

111 

6 

59 

71 



6,199 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



105 



Bryan and Sewall 
Electors. 


Palmer and Buckner 
Electors. 


Bryan and 

Watson 
Electors. 


OB 

a 
3 

5 
s 


o 
£ 

pq 
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5 
d 

s 

5 


i 

w 

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B 

ci 

1-3 

d 

d 

cS 


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h 


M 

a 
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W 

02 

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6 

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w 

o 

6 
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w 

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d 


M 

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O 

d 


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38 
25 

89 
84 
57 


38 
25 

89 
84 

57 

90 

1 

85 

41 


38 
25 
89 
84 
57 

90 

1 

85 

41 


38 
25 
89 
84 
57 

90 

1 

85 

41 


10 

8 

25 

9 

3 

2 


10 
8 

25 
9 
3 

2 


10 
8 

25 
9 
3 

2 


10 
8 

25 
9 
3 

2 


1 

"3' 

3 


1 

'3' 

3 


1 

"3' 
3 


1 

"3 

3 


90 

1 
85 
41 


2 


2 


2 


2 


10 

4 


10 
4 


10 
4 


10 
4 


6 


G 


6 


6 


49 


49 


49 




257 ! 2,257 


2,257 


2,257 


459 


459 


459 


459 


49 



106 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Levering and Johnson 




Electors. 








q5 










S3 




GRAFTON COUNTY.— Continued. 




a 


* 


CC 




ij 


© 


ft 


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V 




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h^ 






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Alexandria. 

Ashland 

Bath 

Benton , 

Bethlehem . 

Bridgewater, 

Bristol . . 

Campton 

Canaan 

Dorchester . 

Easton 

Ellsworth . . . 

Enfield 

Franconia . . . 
Grafton 

Groton 

Hanover 
Haverhill. . . . 

Hebron 

Holderness. . 

Landaff 

Lebanon 

Lincoln 

Lisbon ...... 

Littleton 

Livermore . . 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe 

Orange 



5 

20 



1 
1 

8 
2 
2 

2 
4 

5* 

20 



o 
20 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



107 



Bentley and Southgate 
Electors. 


Matchett and Maguire 
Electors. 


a 

Q 
G 

CO 

5 


Robert A. Frohock. 


? 


John W. Coolidge. 


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o 

O 

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1 


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1 


3 

2 


3 

2 


3 

2 




3 
2 












































1 


i 


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1 


















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2 


2 


2 


2 




























1 


i 


l 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 






































i 


i 


l 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 






























1 


1 


1 


1 




















































6 


6 


6 


6 





















































































108 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 





Levering and Johnson 
Electors. 


GRAFTON COUNTY.-- Continued. 


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Q 

bJO 


p 

03 
03 

03 

N 

o> 

a 

03 


Ph 

m 
.2 


w 

03 

O 

PS 

S 


Orford 


4 
1 
8 
3 
3 


4 
1 

8 
3 
3 


4 

1 
8 
3 
3 


4 


Piermont 


1 
8 
3 
3 


Plymouth 


Rumney 


Thornton 


Warren 




Waterville 










Wentwortli 


5 
3 


5 
3 


5 
3 


5 
3 


Woodstock 




Totals 


109 


109 


109 


109 





VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



109 



3entley and southgate 
Electors. 



fcD 

"o 
o 
Q 



Matchett and Maguike 
Electors. 











































2 


2 


2 


o 







































































































7 


17 


17 


17 


6 


6 


6 


6 



110 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





MCKINLEY AND HOBART 






Electors. 














*6 


6 
p 




>> 

P 


COOS COUNTY. 


ce 




© 


a 




c 


i 


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d 




c8 


m 




> 




s 


fe 


H 


tt 




Ph 


a 


< 


w 




a 




B 


B 
o 














p6l 


m 


ffi 


H 


Berlin 


599 

90 

46 

275 

107 


599 

90 

46 

275 

107 


599 

90 

46 

275 

107 


599 


Carroll 


90 


Clarksville 


46 


Colebrook 


275 


Columbia 


107 


Dalton 


63 


63 


63 


63 


Dummer 


49 


49 


49 


49 


Errol 


14 


14 


14 


14 


Gorham 


183 


183 


183 


183 


Jefferson 


124 


124 


124 


124 


Lancaster 


519 


519 


519 


519 


Milan 


149 


149 


149 


149 


Northumberland 


242 
113 


242 
113 


242 
113 


242 


Pittsburg 


113 


Randolph 


18 


18 


IS 


18 


Shelburne 


46 


46 


46 

77 
158 


46 

77 
158 


Stark 


77 


77 


Stewartstown 


158 


158 


Stratford 


106 


106 


106 


106 
5 


Wentworth's Location 


5 

270 


5 

270 


5 

270 


Whitefield 


270 






Totals 


3,253 


3,253 


3,253 


3,253 





VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



Ill 



RYAN AND SEWALL 


Palmer and Buckner 


Bryan and 
Watson 




Electors. 






Electors. 




















Electors. 




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o 
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© 


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w 

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g 

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d 


g 

eg 


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a 

> 


02 

© 

o 


.2 

eg 


3 

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«" 

© 

o 




£ 

M 



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5 


bo 
a 




A 


m 


d 


►-3 


s 


pq 
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s 


m 




6 


S 




w 


© 

e3 






a 

o 




c3 


1-5 


eg 


© 

o 

P3 


1 


© 


5 

<1 


s 


52 


152 


152 


152 


8 


8 


8 


8 


2 


2 


2 


2 


">7 


57 

27 

112 


57 

27 

112 


57 

27 

112 


4 

2 

13 


4 

2 
13 


4 

2 

13 


4 

2 

13 










>.7 










2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


\9 


.39 

42 

24 

21 

100 

112 

281 


39 

42 

24 

21 

100 

1J2 

281 


39 

42 

24 

21 

100 

112 

281 


3 

4 

2 

7 

12 

6 

18 


3 

4 
2 
7 

12 
6 

18 


3 

4 

2 

7 

12 

6 

18 


3 

4 
2 
7 
12 
6 

18 










W 










>A 






* 




>\ 










10 










» 










31 


9 


9 


9 


9 


15 


45 


45 


45 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


u 


94 


94 


94 


15 


15 


15 


15 


2 


2 


2 


2 


>:> 


25 
12 

13 


25 
12 

13 


25 
12 

13 


4 


4 


4 


4 










?, 










13 


3 


3 


■ 3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


v> 


52 
67 
57 


52 
67 

57 


52 
67 
57 


5 

6 

25 


5 

6 

25 


5 

6 

25 


5 

6 
25 










57 










57 


1 


1 


1 


] 


8 


8 
126 


8 
126 


8 
126 


















26 


10 


10 


10 


10 


5 
23 


5 
23 


5 

23 


5 


GO 


1,466 


1,466 


1,466 


149 


149 


149 


149 


23 



112 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Levering and Johnson 
Electors. 


COOS COUNTY.— Continued. 


O 
■J 


d 

N 

© 


a 
3 
be 

a 

U 

02 

s 

o 


as 

© 

O 

H 

s 


Berlin 


6 
1 


6 
1 


6 

1 


6 


Carroll 


1 


Clarksville 




Cole brook 


8 
1 


8 
1 


8 
1 


8 


Columbia 


1 


Dalton 














Errol 










GrOrham 


1 
3 

8 
1 

2 


1 
3 

8 
1 
2 


1 
3 

8 

1 
2 


1 




3 


Lancaster 


8 


Milan 


1 


Northumberland 


2 


Pittsburg 




Randolph 










Shelburne 










Stark 










Stewartstown , 


2 
1 


2 
1 


2 
1 


2 


Stratford 

Wentworth's Location 


1 


Whitefield 


1 


1 


1 


1 






Totals 


35 


35 


35 


35 







VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



113 



Bentley and Southgate 


Matchett and Maguire 


Electors. 


Electors. 


CC 


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© 




tJO 




c 


o 




>s 






t: 


a 


% 


fl 




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Q 




CO 

13 


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o 


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o 


s 


03 


H 


<3 


^ 


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fl 


« 


fe 




02 
O 


•+3 


J 


£ 


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bo 




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rfl 


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o 


o 




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CD 


o 


tf 


ft 


*-s 


vA 


^ 


O 


o 



2 2 2 2 
2 2 2 2 



114 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



SUMMARY. 



McKlNLEY AND HOBAET 

Electors. 



o 


-1-3 




H 


fe 




pi 


< 


<X> 


s 


ft 


c3 


05 


.£j 


m 


w 






Rockingham 
Strafford .... 

Belknap 

Carroll 

Merrimack. . 

Hillsborough 
Cheshire 

Sullivan 

Grafton 

Coos 

Totals. 



7,881 


7,881 


7,881 


5,483 


5,483 


5,483 


3,465 


3,465 


3,465 


2,800 


2,800 


2,800 


7,715 


7,715 


7,715 


13,080 


13,080 


13,080 


4,818 


4,818 


4,818 


2,750 


2,750 


2,750 


6,199 


6,199 


6,199 


3,253 


3,253 


3,253 


57,444 


57,444 


57,444 



7,881 
5,483 
3,465 
2,800 
7,715 

13,080 
4,818 
2,750 
6,199 
3,253 



57,444 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



115 



Bryan and Sewall 


Palmer and Buckner 


Bryan and 




Electors. 






Electors. 


| 

j 


I 


Ilectors. 


d 
13 

o 

w 


9 
o 
S 
© 


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a 
c 
oa 
© 

s 

^5 


5 




[© 

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ci 
Q 


d 

ci 

3 


© 

>> 
o 


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o 


3 
o 


o 




o 


o 


d 


w 


fe 




O 


M 


mh 




§ 


a 


d 






CO 


© 


o 


3 




W 


03 


£ 


13 

5/2 


5 


c3 




o 
1-J 


£ 


o 


£ 


£ 


«j 


o 


2,918 


2,918 


2,918 


2,918 


390 


390 


390 


390 


74 


74 


74 


74 


2,234 


2,234 


2,234 


2,234 


173 


173 


173 


173 


25 


25 


25 


25 


964 


964 


964 


964 


263 


263 


263 


263 


14 


14 


14 


14 


1,206 


1,206 


1,206 


1,206 


175 


175 


175 


175 


8 


8 


8 


8 


3,262 


3,262 


3,262 


3,262 


562 


562 


562 


562 


48 


48 


48 


48 


±,877 


4,877 


4,877 


4,877 


917 


917 


917 


917 


88 


88 


88 


88 


1,243 


1,243 


1,243 


1,243 


231 


231 


231 


231 


29 


29 


29 


29 


844 


844 


844 


844 


201 


201 


201 


201 


21 


21 


21 


21 


J, 257 


2,257 


2,257 


2,257 


459 


459 


459 


459 


49 


49 


49 


49 


1,466 


1,466 


1,466 


1,466 


149 


149 


149 


149 


23 
379 


23 

379 


23 

379 


23 


1,271 


21,271 


21,271 


21,271 


3,520 


3,520 


3,520 


3,520 


379 



116 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Levering and Johnson 




Electors. 


SUMMAKY.— Continued. 


e3 




6 
to 

ci 
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GO 

03 

O 




O 


h 


J 






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c3 


33 

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3 






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H 


H 


£ 


m 


Rockingham 


87 


87 


87 


87 


Strafford 


62 


62 


62 


62 


Belknap 


58 


58 


58 


58 


Carroll 


57 


57 


57 


57 


Merrimack 


155 


155 


155 


155 


Hillsborough 


144 


144 


144 


144 


Cheshire 


45 


45 


45 


45 


Sullivan 


27 


27 


27 


27 


Grafton 


109 


109 


109 


109 


Coos 


35 


35 


35 


35 






Totals 


779 


779 


779 


779 





VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 



117 



Bentley and Southgate 


Matchett and Maguire 


Electors. 


Electors. 














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6 




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o 


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— 


3 




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o 


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9 =- 


o 


o 




^ 


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o 


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^ 


^ 


o 


o 



4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


2 


2 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


11 


11 


11 


11 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


17 


17 


17 


17 








49 


49 


49 


49 



15 


15 


15 


15 


10 


16 


16 


16 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Q 


3 


3 


3 


176 


176 


176 


176 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


6 


6 


6 


6 


9 


9 


9 


9 










228 


228 


228 


228 



118 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



VOTE FOR CONGRESSMAN, NOV. 3, i8 Q 6. 









■ 


6 


tf 


cT 








rO 




Ph 


fe 


QQ 

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t. 


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>> 




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bJD 







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+s 


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•2 


FIRST 


O 




PI 




O 

O 


£ 


CONGRESSIONAL 


rH 


'go 


ci 


£ 


O 


G 


DISTRICT. 


m 




PQ 


^ 


^ 




< 


W 


H 


05 73 


1 O 




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>> 


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rj -t- 1 






O 


ha 


HH 


h> 


O 


PQ 



Albany 

Allenstown . . . 

Alton 

Atkinson 

Auburn 

Barnstead 

Bartlett 

Barrington 

Bedford 

Belmont 

Brentwood .... 

Brookfield 

Candia 

Canterbury . . . 
Center Harbor 

Chatham 

Chester ... 

Chichester .... 

Conway 

Danville 

Deerfield 

Derry 

Dover — Ward 1 
" 2 

" 3 



30 
117 

236 

77 

112 

156 
152 

228 
177 
193 

140 

54 

179 

144 

67 

48 
173 

77 
354 



218 
402 
297 
424 
391 



36 

58 

110 

24 

70 

152 
112 

77 
75 
82 

38 

34 

102 

71 

54 

22 
41 
97 
240 
26 

115 
130 
101 
177 

99 



1 

8 
2 

2 
2 

7 
11 



13 



VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN. 



119 



FIRST CONGRES- 
SIONAL DISTRICT. 

— Continued. 






jo 


Pm 




o 




Q 


PM 


<D 


br 








a 


■4J 


o 


£ 


i <~\ 


o 


<s 


£ 


O 


PQ 




> 


H 


< 


cc '"3 
^3 


ha 


r* m 


S .2 


o ^ 


£.2 

6 



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over — Ward 4. . 
" 5.. 

urham 

aton 

ast Kingston. . . 

ffingham 

PPing 

psom 

xeter 

armington 

reedom 

remont 

ilford 

ilmanton 

off stown 

reenland 

ampstead 

ampton 

ampton Falls. . 
art's Location. 

!ooksett 

udson 

;ickson 

ensington 

ingston 

aconia — Ward 1 
" 2 
" 3 
" 4 
" 5 



510 
25 

144 
45 
53 

78 
202 
134 
751 
438 

59 
110 
121 
211 
327 

92 
147 
176 
123 

8 

196 
181 

52 

84 
177 

63 
197 
150 
201 
191 



172 

209 

80 

53 

46 

70 
189 
103 

197 
291 

123 
23 
54 

98 
157 

52 

56 

104 

10 

1 

82 
76 

58 
65 
78 

54 

87 

88 

116 

80 



27 
9 
1 



120 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



FIRST CONGRES- 
SIONAL DISTRICT. 

— Continued. 


O 

w 

< 


1/i 

a 

PQ 

a 
o 

>-5 


3 

£ 

a 

OS 

s 

S.2 


o 

6 ^ 

^5 


'o 

Q 

|| 


of 

02 

O 

-(-3 

H 

A .. 

a 

In 

PQ 


Laconia — Ward 6 


423 

101 

49 

249 

110 

55 
109 
402 
813 
832 

801 
184 

980 
253 

548 

381 
269 
190 
50 
273 

252 
71 

148 
79 

122 

40 
295 
172 
154 
108 


147 
60 
24 
68 

131 

35 

38 
183 
188 
289 

272 
696 
520 
44 
2S1 

338 

166 
59 
36 

77 

37 

87 
92 
46 
52 

52 
168 

77 
48 
79 


14 


2 


1 




Lee 


1 


Litchfield 










Londonderry 


3 
5 

1 









Loudon 








Madbury 






3 


Madison 








Manchester — Ward 1 

" 2 

" 3 

" 4 

" 5 

" 6 

" 7 

" 8 

" 9 

Meredith 


5 
15 

27 

12 
5 

13 
3 
6 

2 
7 
2 


'"3* 

2 
5 

7 
1 
4 

2 
1 


4 
4 

4 

1 
3 

1 

"2 

2 

'Y 


8 
1 
5 

8 

7 
22 

2 
95 

32 
1 


Merrimack 


1 


Middleton 




Milton 


7 

6 
1 

2 
2 
3 

3 

7 
14 

2 




1 

1 


1 






New Durham 




New Hampton 




7 




Newcastle 


1 


Newfields 


1 
3 
1 


1 

Y 

1 




Newington 

Newmarket 


1 


Newton 


1 


Northfield 




North Hampton 





VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN. 



121 









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o 


ck 


oT 








r^2 






O 




03 




Ph 


'-3 


'on 
7Z 


© 

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FIRST CONGRES- 


o 




£ 




o 
o 


£ 


SIONAL DISTRICT. 

— Continued. 


< 


In 

pq 
o 


pq 

S.2 


o ^ 




a o 




o 


>-5 


W 


»-a 


o 


pq 



>rthwood 

>ttingliam 

sipee 

lham 

mbroke , 

btsfield 

aistow 

rtsmouth — Ward 1. , 
" 2.. 

o. . 

" 4.. 

" 5., 

,ymond 

•Chester Ward 1 

" 2 

" 3 

" 4 

" 5 

" 6 

•llinsford 

e 

nbornton 

ndwich 

lem 

ndown 

abrook 

mersworth — Ward 1 

" 2 
" 3, 
" 4 



177 


97 


162 


71 


188 


233 


120 


72 


325 


182 


308 


240 


147 


48 


392 


215 


506 


172 


146 


194 


188 


134 


117 


202 


180 


153 


180 


69 


167 


67 


181 


49 


191 


151 


151 


59 


239 


97 


193 


140 


121 


107 


178 


70 


175 


114 


236 


92 


62 


39 


156 


122 


151 


76 


151 


84 


117 


118 


69 


107 



122 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 









..ic 


6 


cS 


oT 








rO 


03 


Sz=5 


OQ 

O 










„ 


© 






>> 




£ 


5 


be 


O 




C5 




„ 




.M 


"7 


FIRST CONGRES- 


O 






-M 


o 
o 


£ 


SIONAL DISTRICT. 

— Continued. 


<3 


OQ 


ca 

W 

3.2 

O +3 




O 


a 




05 


o 


eg *b 

OQ Q. 


S.S 






o 


hs 


w 


^ 


Q 


PP 



Somersworth — Ward 5 


87 
50 

156 
97 

177 

262 
117 
192 
121 
426 


69 

29 

152 

55 

70 

145 
87 

184 
19 

139 










South Hampton 

Strafford 


3 
4 
4 
5 

15 
3 
6 

2 
14 












2 


Stratham 








Tamworth 






1 


Tilton 


2 

1 
1 


i 

1 


1 


Tuftonborough 




Wakefield 

Windham 


1 


Wolf eborough 


1 






Totals 


25,661 


13,928 


614 


111 


121 


326 



South Hampton, John Paige, 1; Laconia, Ward 6, Stanton Owen, 1; Ports- 
mouth, Ward 2, Scattering, 1; Hampstead, Daniel Emerson, 1. 



VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN. 



123 



3TE FOR CONGRESSMAN, NOV. 3, 1896. 



SCOND CONGRESSIONAL 
DISTRICT. 











43 






$H 






£ 




kH 


O 


« 






M 


OJ 


a 

c5 





fe 


P 






bD 

s.S 



^ .2 



forth 105 

Stanclria 71 

ead 132 

lierst 175 

over 122 

rim 215 

land 239 

i 102 

nington 97 

ton | 22 

lin 540 

ilehem 118 

cawen 200 

t 123 

Iford 144 

Ige water 49 

itol 261' 

okline j 86 

lpton 171 

aan i 196 

roll | 85 

cord— Ward 1 264 

" 2 92 

" 3 152 

" 4 547 

" 5 1 446 

" 6 441 

" 7 326 

" 8 77 

" 9 1 163 



62 
93 

72 

61 

141 

110 
78 

113 
64 
23 

190 

145 

76 

70 

106 

21 
92 
53 

72 
93 

58 
173 
100 
112 
269 

136 
304 
150 
221 
177 



!7 

12 

27 
IS 



124 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



SECOND CONGRESSIONAL 
DISTRICT.— Continued. 


6 
M 

J! 

Q 

6 

M 


6 
'3 

Q 




. © 


3 

s . 

f_ O 


Charlestown 


188 
166 
756 
44 
244 

98 
147 
66 
52 
73 

37 
56 
80 
50 
106 

13 

7 

240 

15 
161 

122 
45 
284 
185 
271 

105 
173 

58 

107 

50 

77 

135 

37 

98 

315 


97 
56 

363 
30 

143 

51 

53 
21 
51 
90 

71 
26 
9 
33 
56 

55 

18 

110 

27 
53 

43 

56 

62 

175 

66 

47 
136 
36 
74 
42 

60 
49 
33 
60 

72 


4 
1 

12 


1 
1 

2 


2 


Chesterfield 




Claremont. . 


4 


Clarksville 




Colebrook 


10 

1 
1 




1 


Columbia 


1 


Cornish 


3 


Croydon 




Dalton 


1 






Danbury 


1 




Deering 


1 


Dorchester 








Dublin 


4 


1 








Dunbarton 


3 


1 


3 


Easton 


3 


Ellsworth 




Enfield 






1 


Errol 








Fitzwilliam 


2 

5* 
3 

2 

2 

1 

1 

2 


2 

1 
1 


3 


Francestown 




Franconia 


4 


Franklin — Ward 1 


2 


" 2 

" 3 


2 


Gilsum 






Gorham 






Goshen 












Grantham 


1 




2 


Greenfield 


2 


Greenville 


1 
1 
1 

1 






Groton 


2 
1 
4 




Hancock 


2 


Hanover 


3 



VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN. 



125 



CCOND CONGRESSIONAL 
DISTRICT.— Continued. 


6 

6 


6 

% 

a. 

P 


Allen W. Wark, 
Prohibition. 


Eli as M. Blodgett, 
People's. 


u ° 

<t1 


risville 


107 

439 

20 

215 

97 

365 
301 
95 
133 
254 

220 
108 
320 

257 
265 

189 

132 

453 

50 

54 

753 

85,. 

66 
313 
451 

4 

67 
210 
117 

248 

79 

84 

141 

532 

100 


47 
297 

30 
105 

35 

191 
54 
75 
75 

170 

57 
135 
114 

77 
98 

53 

129 

303 

61 

20 

155 

51 

15 

125 

223 


3 
9 

2 
3 

2 

12 
1 
3 

6 

2 

2 
5 
3 

2 
8 

1 
29 

1 


2 
1 




erhill 


2 














1 

2 
3 




sborough 

sdale 


2 






lis 


1 

1 


2 


kinton 














ae — Ward 1 


1 

1 

1 
1 
6 


1 


" 2 


2 


" 3 




" 4 


1 


" 5 


1 


caster 


2 


claff 


3 






anon 


6 
4 
1 

7 
29 


2 


6 


ipster 


2 


>on 


2 
5 


2 


leton 


9 


lan 


59 
44 
47 

48 

54 
28 
54 
168 
13 


2 
8 
3 
3 


1 
3 


1 


le 




deborough 


4 






low 






on 


1 




1 


ord 

roe 


3 
4 


4 

2 


2 
1 



126 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



SECOND CONGRESSIONAL 
DISTRICT.— Continued. 

















49 


5 


0) 
+3 


Wark 

ion. 


03 

o 




-U 


pq W 


<s 


§ 


£5 


. 03 




r-4 




3 a 


*rt 


03 


fl 9 


«2 S 


CS 






.Spn 


fc 


Q 


^ 


H 



Mont Vernon . . . 

Nashua — Ward 1 
' l 2 
" 3 
" 4 

u 5 

" 6 

" 7 

" 8 

" 9 

Nelson 

New Boston .... 

Newbury 

New Ipswich 

New London. . . . 

Newport 

Northumberland 

Orange 

Orf ord 

Peterborough . . . 

Piermont 

Pittsburg 

Plainfield 

Plymouth. ...... 

Randolph 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Rumney 

Salisbury 

Sharon 

Shelburne 

Springfield 

Stark 

Stewartstown . . . 



76 


46 


409 


110 


270 


109 


184. 


196 


158 


117 


118 


127 


149 


97 


422 


241 


383 


208 


300 


260 


50 


15 


161 


70 


52 


81 


128 


18 


148 


52 


471 


143 


221 


121 


29 


21 


126 


49 


404 


83 


108 


36 


96 


36 


161 


71 


285 


124 


17 


16 


58 


23 . 


165 


20 


19 


2 


117 


92 


137 


69 


7 


15 


40 


12 


71 


33 


74 


63 


139 


79 



VOTE FOR CONGRESSMEN. 



127 



ECOND CONGRESSIONAL 
DISTRICT.— Continued. 


6 
5 

6 

H 


© 

% 

S3 
Q 


-(J 

a*© 

< 


Elias M. Blodgett, 

People's. 


P . 
til 


idard. . . 


49 

82 

53 

138 

38 

12S 

212 

43 

64 

146 

66 
252 
242 

93 

77 

6 

237 

102 

45 

4 
141 

250. 
119 
191 
347 
4 
Q6 


38 
67 
6 
58 
13 

55 

103 

23 

67 
31 

82 
260 
126 
100 

75 

1 
145 

44 

86 

7 

52 

153 

70 

167 

72 

5 

47 








itford 


2 

1 

2 

5 

2 
1 
1 
1 

2 

"6* 
4 


2 
1 

2 

2 
8 


2 


ivan 




apee 


4 


rv 


1 


ton 


4 


mzey 


5 










1 






tv 


1 

1 

2 
3 


1 


Ipole 


1 


rner 


1 






shington 








ire 


9 

1 
6 


2 




3ster 






15 


1 


ltworth's Location 




2 
2 
3 
6 








1 
1 
1 
5 


1 


mot 


2 




1 


ichester 


1 


idsor 




xlstock 


1 


1 




Totals 




26,699 


13,877 


544 


17S 


193 







ene, Ward 2, John M. Hovey, 1; Brookline, Franklin Worcester, 1; Cornish, 
rles McDaniel, 1; Hancock, Porter B. Weston, 1; Lancaster, Irving W. 
1; Nashua, Ward 5, scattering, 2; Sutton, Harry Bingham, 1; Milford, 
ert M. Wallace, 1. 



128 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR, NOV. 3, 1 



ROCKINGHAM 
COUNTY. 






4a 




a 

'43 


O 

5 







1 

0) 

Q 



O 


T3* 

a 
PQ 




© 








«8 


M 




•-5 aj 


£ 





O 


s-. QJ 


,_i 


» 


3 






« 

H3 0) 


bJDfl 


O 


hrj 


•-5 


O 


O 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerfield 

Deny 

East Kingston. . 
Eppiug 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls. 
Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry.. . 
Newcastle 

Newtields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 



66 

93 

125 

169 

163 

100 

207 

374 

49 

188 

685 
109 

72 
138 
170 

118 

75 

160 

241 

75 

111 
43 

284 
163 
104 



26 
70 
46 
103 
41 

21 
111 
177 

40 
177 

230 
26 
51 
59 

101 



65 
73 
76 
51 

52 

51 

163 

78 
79 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 



129 





■ 


4-5 


P 




ek 


-1-3 




« 


eS 


o 




fc 










-p 


=4H 




eS 






O 

s 

a 


,Q 


C3 

'a 




o 
O 

m 


EOCKINGHAM 
OUNTY.— Continued. 


GO 

s 

J a ' 


a 

d 


P5 




P 


o 
o 
<! 






>s 


o 


— o 1 




*8 




§ Ph 


(=1 


p 




§s 


r 1 ce 

3^ 




a 


w 


o 

>-5 


o 


o 


W 


-thwood 


163 


92 


9 


1 


1 


1 




156 
152 
334 


66 

42 

175 


4 

2 


1 

4 
17 








2 


2 


tsmoutli — Ward 1 


3 


" 2 


470 


158 


5 


21 




1 


" 3 


132 


179 


3 


16 






" 4 


170 


118 


2 


12 




1 


" 5 


107 


186 




16 




2 




158 
117 

230 

50 

156 


150 
103 

91 

43 

139 








1 




1 
9 


4 
1 








6 


4 






brook 


3 


1 




2 




49 


29 


3 










92 
107 


51 

20 


5 
1 


1 


2 




idham 

Totals 


1 








6,825 


3,615 


126 


130 


23 


45 



South Hampton, O. H. F. Delaware, 1. 



130 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 



M 



<j s 






o 



w 

d 

S 
o 

w 



o 

£ 

s 

pq 

d 

o 

H-5 





efc 


„ 


£ 






C3 




o> 


H3 






& 




•"5 tc 


£ 






« o 


p CS 
b)Dfl 


£Ph 


&S 


O 


& 



Barrington 

Dover — Ward 1 . 

" 2. 
" 3. 
" 4, 



Durham . . . 
Farmington 

Lee 

Madbury. . . 



Middleton 

Milton 

New Durham 

Rochester— Ward 1. 

" 2. 

" 3. 
" 4. 
" 5. 
" 6. 
Rollinsford 



Somersworth — Ward 1. 

" 2. 

" 3. 

" 4. 

" 5. 
Strafford 



Totals 



222 
287 
422 
373 

472 

25 

147 

403 

92 

49 

44 
247 

67 
171 
163 

168 
178 
129 
226 
183 

144 

145 

112 

69 

85 
139 



4,762 



74 
103 
161 

99 
156 

200 
71 

271 
51 
35 

36 
76 
85 
56 
54 

50 

128 

47 

96 

132 

72 

73 

112 

109 

64 

148 



2,559 



99 



19 



II 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 



131 



JELKNAP COUNTY. 



- 



o 
be ^2 

Eh i-( 



o 

w 



a 




rt 


o 




£ 








,0 




_- 














O 




c3 


Ph 


5 


c3 








pq 




£ . 


Q 


-S o 




j3 


33 


?! ° 




^Ph 






CD +3 


•"3 


O 






o 



W 



on 


237 
154 
191 

W 
108 

208 

60 

169 

130 

182 

166 
395 
254 
174 
164 
253 


109 

138 

67 

53 

65 

105 
55 

109 
110 
131 

98 
159 
177 

93 

72 
135 


9 
2 
3 


2 

2 


2 
1 
1 
1 

1 




'nstead 




mont 








ford 


6 

8 
1 




2 










" 2 








" 4 


1 
2 

9 
8 
6 

7 

7 

12 








1 

1 

2 


1 




" 5 

" 6 




1 


2 




2 








1 




1 


1 








Totals.... 






2,911 


1,676 


71 


9 


9 


7 



Laconia, War 1 2, scattering-, 



132 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



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48 

310 

41 

73 
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8 

52 

97 

239 

167 
167 
173 
107 
181 
417 


34 
102 

33 

20 
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65 
125 

1 
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32 
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212 
109 
72 
83 
165 
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Effingham 








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1 
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3 
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Moultonborough 








Ossipee 




2 


1 










2 
1 




Tuf tonborough 




Wakefield 


1 


Wolfeborougli 






1 










Totals 


2,346 


1,499 


77 




5 


7 







Brookfield, John Drew, 1; John C. Eaton, 1. 

Wiggin, 1. 



Tuftonborough, Daniel A. 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 



133 





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123 
129 

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71 

239 
79 

149 

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401 
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305 

68 

143 
73 

96 
126 

268 

157 
253 
201 
91 
175 

237 
109 
48 
149 
150 
287 


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138 

76 

59 

111 

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98 

166 

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271 
151 
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152 
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Salisbury. 
Sutton . . . 
Warner . . 
Webster . 
Wilmot . . 

Totals 



291 
134 
122 
222 
91 
117 

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234 
65 
53 

128 
44 

72 

4,268 



223 



27 



26 



Concord, Ward 1, scattering-, 1; Ward 5, Ed. N. Pearson, 1. 

Bingham, 1. 



Newbury, Harry 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 



135 



HILLSBOROUGH 
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L-eenville 

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tchfield 

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anchester — Ward 1 
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" 5 

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" 8 

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ason 

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152 

205 

157 

83 

79 

39 

122 

296 

65 

121 

89 
348 

129 
180 
46 
121 
338 
705 

707 
705 
213 
756 
216 
460 

304 
76 

183 

513 
65 

412 



62 
115 

79 
68 
55 

78 

43 
162 
59 
51 
65 
183 

73 
79 
25 
45 
204 
241 

357 
309 
713 
630 
65 
288 

336 

22 
65 

192 
52 

120 



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15 

21 
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19 

7 
7 

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1 




1 


1 




2 


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1 

12 
11 

20 

1 

5 

50 

6 

122 



136 



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271 


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171 


199 
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145 
125 


72 
22 


2 
3 


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New Ipswich. 






Pelham 


114 

339 


77 
129 


2' 


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1 


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Peterborough 
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4 




8 
52 


14 

22 










Temple ... 


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Weare 


224 


144 


5 


2 




1 


Wilton 


184 
5 


169 
5 


3 


1 


1 


2 


Windsor 
















Totals. . 


11,090 


6,756 


192 


46 


55 


282 









Hollis, Dana W. King, 2; Daniel W. Hay den, 1. Manchester, Ward 2, Charles 
T. Means, 1. Nashua, Ward 8, scattering, 2. Weare, John B. Smith, 1. 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 



137 



HESHIRE COUNTY. 



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rlborough . . . 

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son 

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dge 

cbury 

ddard 

livan 

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lpole 

stmoreland. . 
nchester. 

Totals.... 



132 
134 

76 
147 

96 

99 

296 
184 
280 
243 

243 
175 
120 

225 

75 

46 
50 
147 
19 
53 
56 



202 
134 
235 
126 
325 



3,954 



74 
47 
9 
50 
53 

53 
71 
99 
137 
81 

101 
59 

132 
49 
51 

19 
23 
25 



12 
101 

29 

259 

56 

82 



1,714 



61 



19 



23 



4 
30 



138 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 






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Claremont . . 
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Croydon . . . 

Goshen .... 
Grantham. . 
Langdon 
Lempster . . 
Newport . . . 

Plainfield . . , 
Springfield . . 
Sunapee. 

Unity 

Washington. 

Totals, 



96 
169 
665 
141 

67 

56 
47 
45 
81 
436 

155 
69 

133 
66 

72 



43 
93 
365 
54 
29 

41 
45 
18 
46 
149 

67 
33 

71 
74 

77 



2,298 1,205 



82 



27 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 



139 





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126 

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245 
152 


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69 


1 


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4 


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387 
21 
85 


307 

31 
70 


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38 
671 

58 
286 
412 


52 
199 

21 
130 
254 

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9 




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4 






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19 


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61 
205 

84 
30 


64 
54 
16 
19 


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9 
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140 



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Piermont 


95 

258 


37 
123 


2 
11 








Plymouth 


2 


1 


4 


Rumney 


119 


99 


1 








Thornton 


58 

92 

6 

50 

59 


73 

97 

1 

98 

46 










Warren 


4 


1 






Waterville 






Wentworth 


5 

2 


4 






Woodstock 




1 










Totals 


5,068 


3,038 


119 


26 


43 


31 







Grafton, Henry Hall, 1; Charles T. Means, 1; Charles A. Buzzell, 1. Plymouth. 
Harry Bingham, 1. 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 



141 





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38 


25 












230 

84 


148 
50 


9 

2 






1 










lton 


56 

39 

15 

157 

102 


56 

29 

26 

138 

149 




















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1 


1 


2 


3 






ncaster 


390 
124 

178 
89 


392 

52 

149 

38 


11 
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2 
2 


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rthumberland 


1 


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16 


14 










41 


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62 
116 

68 
2 


67 

84 

100 

5 


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1 


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1 




























225 


161 


2 


1 












Totals 


2,587 


2,003 


54 


10 


6 


9 







Lancaster, Harry Bingham, 1. Stewartstown, Walter Drew, 1. 



142 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





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Strafford 

Belknap 

Carroll 

Merrimack .. 

Hillsborough 
Cheshire 

Sullivan 

Grafton 

Coos 

Totals . . . 



6,825 


3,615 


126 


130 


23 


45 




4,762 


2,559 


99 


19 


11 


38 




2,911 


1,676 


74 


9 


9 


7 




2,346 


1,499 


77 




5 


7 




6,546 


4,268 


223 


23 


27 


26 


3 


11,090 


6,756 


192 


46 


55 


282 


7 


3,954 


1,714 


61 


19 


23 


30 




2,298 


1,205 


32 


4 


27 


8 




5,068 


3,038 


119 


26 


43 


31 


4 


2,587 


2,003 


54 


10 


6 


9 


2 


48,387 


28,333 


1,057 


286 


229 


483 


16 



VOTE FOR COUNCILLORS. 



143 



/OTE FOR COUNCILLORS, NOV, 3, 1896. 

























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lantern 

inland 

mi a — Ward 1. 

" 2. 

" 3. 

11 4. 

11 5. 

11 6. 



113 
155 

227 

168 

W 

218 
299 
424 
384 
511 

29 
145 
200 
133 
438 

114 

197 

92 

64 

180 

153 
189 
183 
406 
93 



56 
144 

74 
102 

95 

115 

104 
187 
111 
185 ! 

222 

79 
182 

97 
278 

57 
102 
58 
54 
84 

87 
126 

83 
148 

58 



5 
4 
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3 

9 

6 

2 
4 
6 

8 




2 

8 

3 

11 

6 
9 




1 
6 




6 

5 

16 





144 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



COUNCILLOR DISTRICT, No. 1. 

— Continued. 















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Loudon 

Madbury 

Middleton 

Milton 

New Durham 

Newcastle 

Newington 

Newmarket 

North Hampton 

North wood 

Nottingham. 

Portsmouth — Ward 1. 

" 2. 

" 3. 

" 4. 

" 5. 

Pittsfield 

Raymond 

Rochester — Ward 1. . . 

" 2... 
" 3... 

" 4... 

" 5... 

" 6... 

Rollinsf ord 

Rye 

Somersworth — Ward 1 

" 2 
" 3 
" 4 
" 5 

Strafford 

Stratham 

Totals 



97 
53 
48 
258 
71 

72 

39 

28(5 

140 

175 

154 
396 
511 

147 
192 

117 
298 
167 
175 
167 
175 

187 
142 
230 
194 
125 
151 

153 

113 

64 

88 

152 

96 



10,614 



132 
37 
37 

78 
85 

51 

52 

170 

62 
98 

73 
213 
184 
191 
129 

213 
225 
150 

61 
160 

51 

142 

50 

87 

144 

115 

73 

77 
119 
109 

68 
148 

58 



6,530 



290 



votp: for councillors. 



145 



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74 


27 


3 


104 


80 


1 


133 


37 


2 


123 


69 


8 


166 


43 


3 


90 


23 




367 


135 


27 


104 


60 


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52 


46 




728 


194 


14 


106 


26 


1 


141 


59 


2 


172 


99 


4 


117 


8 


2 


194 


76 


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169 


74 


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81 


65 


1 


169 


82 


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49 


25 




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62 


6 


391 


188 


6 


789 


209 


14 


794 


315 


25 


757 


226 


15 


181 


630 


4 


886 


580 


32 


244 


54 


4 


598 


288 


o 


376 


347 


5 


119 


50 


3 


169 


75 


5 


112 


75 


1 



146 



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pq 

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147 
232 

59 
147 

51 
116 


48 

93 

36 

113 

27 
23 


6 
12 
1 
3 
3 




Salem 


4 


Sandown 










1 


Windham 










Totals 


9,363 


4,667 


231 


6 







VOTE FOR COUNCILLORS. 



147 





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2 
3 
4 
5 



118 
161 
213 
164 

88 

72 

152 

33 

75 

137 

133 

308 
95 
71) 

129 

82 

97 

283 

134 

194 

297 
251 
241 
185 
122 

112 
233 

75 

78 

179 



68 


1 


59 


4 


104 


10 


73 


8 


65 


1 


52 




50 


1 


69 


2 


8 


5 


53 


7 


37 


1 


153 


12 


45 


2 


54 


2 


50 


2 


59 


2 


46 


3 


53 


3 


72 


8 


54 


2 


107 


4 


68 


3 


99 


10 


48 


4 


126 


2 


53 


7 


36 


7 


50 


1 


26 


1 


59 


6 



148 



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Mont Vernon. . . 
Nashua — Ward 1 

" 2 
" 3 

" 4 

" 5 

" 6 

" 7 

" 8 

" 9 

Nelson 

New Boston 

New Ipswich . . . 
Peterborough . . 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Sharon 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Temple 

Troy 

Walpole 

Weare 

Westmoreland. . 

Wilton 

Winchester 

Windsor 

Totals 



70 
368 
242 
175 

142 
105 
138 
406 
344 

271 i 
40 
146 
117 
329 

57 

145 

19 

5 

45 

53 

34 
203 

49 
140 

233 
226 
131 
162 
333 
4 



9,871 



161 
46 
131 
129 
215 

126 
129 
103 
249 
221 

279 
15 
67 
18 

104 

22 
21 
2 
14 
37 

6 

14 
95 

20 
28 

257 
138 

54 
179 

67 
5 



4,826 



289 



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149 



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99 
114 
233 
186 
194 

46 
137 
254 

140 

187 

730 
259 
92 
145 
536 

430 

427 

312 

71 

, 158 

140 
63 
71 

268 
162 

245 

60 

49 

302 

209 


64 
144 

79 
82 
79 

21 
107 
103 

73 

89 

351 

180 

98 

115 

283 

141 
305 
154 
219 
177 

49 
20 
96 
80 
203 

79 
37 
41 
66 
93 


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2 
2 
4 

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2 

18 
6 
1 
6 

21 

15 

30 

21 

3 

8 

5 




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jord — Ward 1 




" 2 




" 3 




" 4 








" 6 




" 7 




" 8 




" 9 


















iklin — Ward I 


4 

2 

4 




" 2 




" 3 








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1 
4 
4 




over 









150 



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Hill 

Hillsborough . 
Hopkinton . . . 

Langdon 

Lebanon 

Lempster 

Lyme 

Newbury 

New Hampton 
New London . 

Newport 

Northfield.... 

Orf ord 

Pembroke .... 
Plainfield 

Salisbury 

Sanbornton. . . 
Springfield . . . 

Sunapee 

Sutton 

Tilton 

Unity 

Warner 

Washington . . 

Webster 

Wilmot 

Totals.... 



94 
.'355 

256 
52 

724 

83 
200 

52 
146 
144 

457 
153 
126 
310 
158 

133 
172 
66 
136 
129 

250 
66 

238 
76 
97 

111 



11,103 



34 

188 

158 

20 

154 

50 
41 

77 
93 

48 

116 
48 
40 

180 
73 

70 
78 
38 
61 



143 

83 
121 

72 
42 
78 



5,793 



288 



VOTE FOR COUNCILLORS. 



151 







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bany 

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rlin 

jthlehem . . . 

ookfield .. . . 
imp ton 

maan 

irroll 

mter Harbor 

latham 

arksville . . . 

jlebvook .... 
jiumbia. . . . 

)nway 

alton 

orchester . . . 

ummer 

iston 

iton ........ 

Sngliam 
Is worth 

afield 

:rol 

•anconia 

•eedom 

orham 



29 

71 

230 

145 



21 
519 
114 

58 
169 

184 
83 
64 
46 
42 

242 

92 

344 

53 

52 

50 
14 
40 

77 

7 

232 
14 
45 
60 

168 



31 

90 

106 

113 

123 

26 
187 
147 

30 

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102 
57 
51 
20 
26 

138 
53 

187 
51 

27 

34 
54 
52 
62 
18 

108 

25 

55 

116 

136 



2 

11 

9 

8 

1 
22 



152 



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COUNCILLOR DISTRICT No. 
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Grafton 

Groton 

Hart's Location . 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Holderness 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lancaster 

Landaff 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

Livermore 

Lyman 

Madison 

Milan 

Meredith 

Monroe 

Moultonborough. 

Northumberland 

Orange 

Ossipee 

Piermont 

Pittsburg 

Plymouth 

Randolph 

Rumney 

Sandwich 

Shelburne 

Stark 

Stewartstown. . . 



107 

37 

8 

413 

20 

89 

50 

106 

448 

47 



302 

429 

4 

69 

109 
133 

256 

98 

246 

208 
29 

185 
98 
95 

271 

17 
121 

172 
41 
69 

124 



292 
29 

78 

53 

137 

313 

61 

15 
133 
214 



62 

29 
55 
172 
13 
37 

119 
20 

215 
34 
39 

141 

14 
104 

88 
14 
61 

82 



VOTE FOR COUNCILLORS. 



153 



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ratford 74 71 

,mworth 166 57 

Lornton 51 70 

iftonborough 122 80 

ikefield 226 143 

arren 91 107 

aterville 6 1 

sntworth 49 93 

sntworth's Location 4 4 

liitefield 249 159 

Dlfeborough 505 85 

3odstock 62 4S 

Totals 9,405 5,955 



352 



154 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



VOTE FOR SENATORS, NOV. 3, 1 



DISTRICT No. 1. 



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Berlin 

Carroll 

Clarksville 

Colebrook 

Columbia 

Daltoir. 

Dummer 

Errol 

Gorham 

Jefferson 

Lancaster 

Milan 

Northumberland 

Pittsburg 

Randolph 

Shelburne 

Stark 

Stewartstown 

Stratford 

Wentworth's Location 
Whitefield 

Totals 



553 


198 


84 


57 


41 


28 


270 


133 


92 


52 


58 


53 


47 


29 


17 


22 


176 


135 


114 


135 


574 


265 


131 


57 


238 


116 


99 


38 


15 


17 


41 


14 


77 


61 


144 


78 


120 


49 


5 


5 


240 


181 


3,136 


1,723 



VOTE FOR SENATORS. 



155 



DISTRICT No. 2. 


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B 

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W 


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w 

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102 
17 

124 
49 
17 

5 

104 

36 

390 

22 

47 

67 
319 

487 

4 

69 

97 

122 

64 

91 

6 

46 

81 


131 
27 

140 
29 
54 

19 

26 

36 

334 

28 
57 

10 
127 
196 


7 




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^thleliem 


6 








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1 




lsworth 




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7 










11 
1 
4 

1 
12 
34 




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f man 


65 
13 

98 

66 

103 

1 
92 
36 


2 
4 

5 

2 
5 




onroe 




imney 




lornton 








aterville '. 






5 

2 




oodstock 








Totals 


2,366 


1,688 


109 









156 



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Alexandria . . 

Bristol 

Canaan 

Danbury .... 
Enfield 

Grafton 

Hanover .... 

Hill 

Lebanon 
Lyme 

New London 

Orange 

Orford 

Piermont. . . . 
Wilmot 

Totals... 



72 
252 
185 

70 
236 

106 

317 

95 

815 
202 

148 
29 
122 
100 
114 



2,863 



96 
102 
107 

96 
114 

75 
69 
34 
121 
45 

56 
22 
46 
37 
76 



1,096 



58 



VOTE FOR SENATORS. 



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229 
228 
183 
47 
162 

64 
118 
209 

94 
407 

248 
147 
270 
185 
114 
400 


107 

84 
79 
24 

87 

52 
62 
98 
77 
153 

32 

87 

151 

8S 

84 

136 


9 
1 
5 


















1 

2 
7 
8 
2 
16 

6 

2 

11 

4 

2 

20 




enter Harbor 




rilf ord 












aconia — Ward 6 




rew Hampton 






2 










STolfeborough 








Totals 


3,105 


1,401 


96 


2 







158 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





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Albany 


43 
154 
144 


26 
148 
320 






Barnstead 


2 
5 




Bartlett 




Brookfield 


56 

47 


33 

21 






Chatham 


2 




Conway 


399 
45 


211 
55 


9 

6 




Eaton 




Effingham 


76 


73 


2 




Farmington 


438 


282 


13 






69 
9 


115 






Hart's Location 






Jackson 


47 


58 


2 






98 
49 


52 
37 






Middleton 






New Durham 


71 


81 


2 




Ossipee 


177 
152 
182 
223 


250 
145 

81 
147 


7 
5 
3 
5 




Strafford 




Tamworth 




Wakefield 










2,479 


1,935 


63 





VOTE FOR SENATORS. 



159 





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m 


135 






311 


52 




" 2 


191 


186 




" 3 


254 


74 


1 


xconia — Ward 1 


65 


54 




" 2 


181 


89 




" 3 


152 


90 




" 4 


210 


117 




" 5 


184 


79 




ereditb 


276 


171 




orthfield 


164 


55 




ilisbury 


141 


73 




mbornton 


176 

274 


74 
132 




lton 


5 






Totals 


2,704 


1,381 


6 







160 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



DISTRICT No. 7. 



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Acworth 

Charlestown 
Claremont . . 

Cornish 

Croydon 

Goshen 

Grantham . . 
Langdon. . . . 
Lempster . . . 
Newport . . . . 

Plainfield . . . 
Springfield. . 

Sunapee 

Unity 

Totals. . . 



104 


67 


194 


94 


750 


356 


146 


54 


64 


22 


59 


38 


49 


41 


54 


20 


83 


54 


498 


116 


158 


77 


69 


36 


139 


71 


68 


80 


2,435 


1,126 



VOTE FOR SENATORS. 



161 





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132 
212 


81 
110 




rim 




nington 


89 


68 




Iford 


134 

32 


109 

69 








icestown 


121 


44 






64 
91 

118 


63 
54 
49 




cock 




cleborough 





low 


82 


55 




t Vernon 


72 


48 




T Boston 


159 
50 


73 

77 








dard 


67 
126 

291 


25 
61 

278 




on 









hington 


77 


73 






238 
4 


140 
5 


1 










2,159 


1,482 


1 







11 



162 



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Boscawen 

Bow 

Concord — Ward 7, 

Dunbarton 

Goffstown 

Henniker 

Hillsborough 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Warner 

Webster 

Totals 



204 


73 


2 


120 


70 


7 


317 


156 


17 


105 


60 


3 


312 


160 


9 


222 


95 


2 


360 


193 


14 


193 


76 


3 


247 


167 


2 


232 


123 


13 


96 


48 


1 


2,408 


1,221 


63 





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Concord — Ward 2 


96 


95 






" 4 


535 


280 


29 




" 5 


433 


141 


28 




" 6 


455 

162 


283 
182 


36 
11 




" 9 








Totals 


1,681 


981 


104 









VOTE FOR SENATORS. 



163 









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123 
109 
171 
139 
74 


58 
78 
107 
72 
99 


3 

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3 

9 

10 




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nterbury 




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ncord — Ward 1 


257 


179 


7 




" 3... 


147 
71 

22g 
127 

96 
325 
296 
164 


120 
224 
113 
113 

135 
205 
241 
157 


6 
6 
3 
2 

10 
5 

29 
2 




" 8 




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udon 




mbroke 




;tsfield 








Totals 




2,325 


1,901 


97 









164 



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DISTRICT No. 12. 





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Barrington 

Milton. . , 

North wood 

Nottingham 

Rochester — Ward 1 . . . 

" 2... 

" 3... 

" 4... 

" 5... 

" 6... 

Somersworth — Ward 1 
" 2 
" 3 
44 4 
" 5 

Totals 



230 


77 


2 


267 


80 


6 


175 


96 


8 


161 


70 


5 


178 


70 


12 


180 


60 


6 


179 


56 


7 


205 


137 


8 


148 


64 


4 


245 


105 


16 


148 


72 


8 


150 


79 


6 


116 


120 


6 


65 


110 


2 


88 


66 


1 


2,585 


1,262 


97 



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165 













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103 
314 

268 
268 
197 

135 
241- 
47 
19 
56 
36 


46 
129 
78 
90 
59 

131 

41 

15 

3 

7 
15 








" 2 




" 3 . 


2 


" 4 




" 5 




arlborough 




glson 




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Totals 


1,684 


614 


o 







166 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



DISTRICT No. 14. 


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Chesterfield 


153 
75 
152 
101 
298 
197 

53 
154 

205 
145 
138 
344 


54 
8 
52 
48 
90 
65 

19 
20 
101 
34 
54 
73 




Dublin 






1 


Harris ville 




Hinsdale 




Richmond 




Rindge 




Swanzey 




Troy 




Westmoreland ... 




Winchester 








Totals 


2,015 


618 


1 







VOTE FOR SENATORS. 



167 







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DISTRICT No. 15. 


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mherst .... 
rookline . . . 
reenville. . . 

ollis 

ason 

tilford 

ew Ipswich 
eterborougli 

haron 

'emple 

7ilton 

Totals... 



154 

79 

123 

129 

81 

405 
125 
325 
7 
51 
160 


74 
63 
56 

72 
26 

202 
19 
97 
16 
20 

186 


4 

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2 

13 




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1,699 


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191 

226 



417 



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306 

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127 


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793 


640 


27 


42 




" 8 


488 


329 


17 


101 




" 9 


298 


431 


3 


32 




Totals 


1,706 


2,257 


52 


185 









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169 



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172 


75 




394 


145 


1 


47 


25 




253 


66 




185 


59 




413 


101 




291 


106 




196 


200 




118 


22 




2,063 


799 


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109 
140 
420 
365 

294 


112 
129 
101 
236 
212 

264 




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" 6 




" 7 




" 8 




" 9 




Hudson 


164 
116 

228 


112 

77 
102 




Pelham 




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Totals 


1,982 


1,345 









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106 


194 

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125 


81 


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171 


102 


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116 


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sington 


71 


64 


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159 


85 


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112 


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165 

146 

56 


74 
54 

38 


9 
8 
2 




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152 

50 


110 
26 


7 
3 




tli Hampton 


1 






Totals 


2,645 


1,106 


106 


4 







172 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



DISTRICT No. 22. 





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Durham 

Lee 

Madbury 

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Totals . . . 



293 


111 






433 


185 






378 


121 






144 


79 






95 


58 






53 


37 






194 


141 






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Greenland 

Newington 

Newmarket 

North Hampton .... 
Portsmouth — Ward 3 

Rye 

Stratham , 

Totals 



462 


270 


38 


208 


217 


179 


80 


55 


38 


51 


341 


140 


103 


76 


157 


175 


120 


105 


97 


55 


1,653 


1,314 



VOTE FOR SENATORS. 



173 













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69 
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131 

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341 
379 
191 
238 








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Totals 




851 


1,202 


2 







174 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



VOTE FOR COUNTY OFFICERS, 





Solicitor. 


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Treasurer. 


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75 


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80 


29 


74 


27 


Auburn 


110 
129 
171 
159 

100 

223 


73 

41 

111 

52 

25 
114 


109 
135 
168 
171 

96 
229 


81 

43 

113 

44 

26 
118 


107 
140 
171 
170 

97 

222 


75 


Brentwood 


41 


Candia 


107 


Chester 


44 


Danville 


24 


Deerfield 


120 


Derry : 


331 


201 


402 


144 


390 


137 


East Kingston 


55 


45 


50 


53 


51 


48 


Epping 


220 


184 


214 


192 


211 


185 


Exeter 


714 


231 


659 


336 


713 


210 


Fremont 


117 


19 


111 


26 


105 


27 


Greenland 


86 


56 


93 


59 


89 


51 


Hampstead 


138 


60 


146 


61 


142 


61 


Hampton 


178 


105 


175 


113 


182 


105 


Hampton Falls 


114 


16 


119 


12 


118 


10 


Kensington 


58 


85 


79 


69 


80 


66 


Kingston 


198 


77 


177 


85 


173 


78 


Londonderry 


239 


75 


253 


67 


245 


64 


Newcastle 


69 


45 


73 


44 


70 


49 


Newfields 


134 


37 


119 


52 


118 


51 


Newinffton 


38 


51 


37 


51 


35 


53 


Newmarket 


304 


173 


302 


166 


297 


157 


Newton 


103 


146 


185 


77 


169 


82 


North Hampton 


108 


76 


108 


84 


106 


79 



VOTE FOR COUNTY OFFICERS. 



175 



OVEMBER 3, 1896. 



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114 


173 


103 


43 


173 


43 


24 


100 


23 


119 


222 


120 


141 


395 


140 


48 


52 


49 


187 


213 


190 


177 


616 


366 


24 


107 


28 


54 


90 


54 


58 


145 


61 


107 


175 


101 


10 


122 


9 


67 


83 


69 


80 


186 


76 


71 


247 


66 


45 


69 


42 


51 


122 


49 


52 


37 


52 


166 


294 


167 


74 


208 


58 


74 


102 


79 



74 
105 
140 
172 
172 

100 

212 

378 

52 

219 

732 
106 
91 
141 
167 

116 

80 

171 

235 

68 

109 
36 

297 
167 
105 



68 


72 


29 


29 


97 


106 


78 


78 


126 


130 


41 


39 


164 


167 


106 


108 


160 


164 


41 


40 


93 


95 


27 


26 


196 


198 


117 


117 


346 


364 


146 


138 


50 


51 


46 


46 


198 


212 


192 


189 


691 


736 


205 


211 


98 


106 


29 


26 


85 


8S 


58 


57 


135 


136 


60 


60 


155 


164 


160 


96 


104 


114 


20 


10 


73 


78 


71 


69 


166 


166 


87 


85 


233 


231 


73 


67 


65 


72 


50 


61 


109 


123 


47 


47 


48 


41 


49 


51 


290 


298 


165 


171 


159 


166 


81 


71 


103 


107 


82 


74 



30 
76 
53 
10S 
42 

26 
159 
136 

47 
195 

215 

28 
55 
58 
96 



67 
92 
65 
43 

54 

49 

158 

74 
74 



176 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Solicitor. 


Sheriff. 


Treasurer. 


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 






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173 


97 


173 


100 


177 


95 


Nottingham ... 


155 


77 


153 


81 


162 


74 


Plaistow 


157 


50 


150 


51 


151 


46 


Portsmouth — Ward 1 


387 


207 


372 


240 


367 


247 


" 2 


503 


178 


480 


217 


453 


237 


" 3 


147 


187 


137 


208 


134 


202 


" 4 


193 


125 


182 


142 


191 


136 


" 5 


117 


196 


119 


216 


107 


218 


Raymond 


165 


167 


181 


146 


164 


151 


Rye 


125 


102 


125 


112 


123 


105 


Salem 


202 


123 


247 


96 


240 


95 


Sando wn 


56 

153 

33 


48 

116 

41 


60 

151 

45 


44 

130 

32 


55 

154 

51 


43 


Seabrook 


114 


South Hampton 


26 


Strath am 


96 
114 


57 
28 


96 
119 


67 
23 


96 
119 


60 


Windham 


25 






Totals 


6,947 


3,932 


7,080 


4,050 


7,019 


3,825 





VOTE FOR COUNTY OFFICER: 



177 



gistee of I Register of 
Deeds. Prorate. 



Commissioners. 



175 
164 
154 

m 

510 

148 
195 
L26 

71 
123 



188 
121 
208 
159 

104 



>39 


06 


58 


41 


154 


122 


52 


28 


L01 


54 


[22 


24 


Jll 


3,668 



94 


170 


74 


164 


45 


155 


203 


383 


179 


494 



146 
191 
121 
172 

120 

230 
58 

155 
52 

100 

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196 
179 

180 
124 
205 
149 
105 

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114 
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174 


167 


173 


97 


95 


95 


163 


152 


161 


73 


72 


77 


140 


134 


143 


46 


47 


50 


380 


311 


368 


206 


300 


199 


481 


410 


480 


184 


302 


180 


138 


102 


129 


199 


240 


192 


181 


145 


177 


121 


188 


122 


114 


99 


110 


207 


231 


196 


160 


180 


UV2 


157 


121 


162 


121 


115 


118 


11! 


128 


109 


234 


222 


235 


m 


90 


01 


56 


53 


52 


44 


40 


42 


138 


134 


135 


168 


119 


116 


48 


45 


47 


29 


27 


26 


04 


. 90 


93 


59 


60 


54 


115 


111 


95 


23 


21 


22 


6,991 


6,482 


6,863 


3,880 


4,047 


3,741 






178 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



STR AFFORD COUNTY. 



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Durham . . . 
Farmington 

Lee 

Madbury. . . 



78 
101 
167 
101 
16S 

184 
77 

289 
59 
35 



Middleton ... 37 

Milton ! 7 83 

New Durham 1 97 

Rollinsford 2 142 

Rochester— Ward 1 16 61 



226 
307 
453 
401 
534 

71 
145 
452 

97 

58 

50 
257 

63 
196 
173 



9 56 173 

•6 50 179 

6 132! 189 

3 60 148 

22 ! 93 242 



Somersworth — Ward 1, 



76 150 

78! 152 

118 115 



1 114 68 



Strafford 



69 86 
160 141 



Totals 128 2682 5126 



2j SO 

51 103 

4 191 

11 100 

13 165 



150 

80 

291 

58 
39 



36 

41 79 

1 86 

1 144 

14 62 

5 66 

5 52 

5 146 

5 60 

18 94 



83 
84 
121 
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135 2701 



230 


3 


296 


2 


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4 


398 


5 


536 


9 


108 


2 


136 


7 


431 


9 


95 


1 


53 


2 



49 

264 

69 

194 

190 

167 

180 
206 
148 

238 

140 

147 

116 

66| 

89 
152 



76 232 
116 291 
205 421 
115, 379 

205 j 508 

223 29 

75 147 

289 437 

60 97 

36 55 



.. 36j 49 

6 79 263 

2 85 71 

.. 130; 199 

8 511 199 



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5 133 
2 49 



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74 

78 
118 
113 

70 
146 146 



170 
185 

205 
158 

258 

150 

153 

US 

68 

86. 



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Register of 
Probate. 





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235 


4 


77 


231 


2 


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83 


78 


70 


238 


233 


232 


3 67 


340 


2 


90 


316 


4 


3 


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98 


99 


127 


296 


279 


296 


3 120 


508 


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151 


474 


3 


5 


6 


171 


176 


195 


442 


414 


43S 


5 79 


434 


4 


94 


410 


6 


5 


5 


95 


91 


116 


411 


377 


381 


7 138 


590 


7 


159 


558 


9 


7 


10 


162 


165 


187 


559 


516 


512 


... 182 


66 


1 


195 


51 


1 


2 




207 


208 


207 


30 


30 


28 


1 61 


163 


1 


72 


149 


2 


2 


1 


77 


74 


76 


150 


145 142 


13 285 


438 


12 


288 


443 


15 


11 


11 


308 


283 


281 


432 


413 417 


1 49 


104 


1 


61 


96 


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64 


92 


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62 


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53 


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42 


58 


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36 


47 


46 45 


4 81 


258 


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262 


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78 


75 


73 


254 


247 255 


1 85 


72 


2 


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72 


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88 


83 


83 


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61 68 


... 133 


203 


2 


132 


200 


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136 


141 


142 


189 


179 198 


12 m 


171 


11 


57 


183 


14 


9 


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58 


58 


58 


174 


160 172 


8 66 


161 


3 


63 


175 


12 


5 


4 


61 


61 


56 


166 


157 159 


7 51 


182 


7 


53 


182 


8 


9 


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53 


48 


54 


175 


167 171 


8 149 


185 


4 


137 


189 


14 


4 


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144 


131 


141 


150 


161 172 


4 61 


141 


5 


54 


144 


5 


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66 


57 


51 


135 


129 130 


19 97 


240 


20 


93 


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4 70 


150 


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158 


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74 


86 


73 


135 


130 133 


7 75 


152 


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78 


157 


3 


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4 


80 


92 


82 


1391 135 143 


2 112 


123 


3 


115 


123 


3 


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114 


128 


117 


114 106 112 


1 119 


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74 


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123 


116 


65 58 56 


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70 


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144 


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145 


145 


149 


125 140 


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5222 


161 


113 


114 


2733 


2691 


2753 


4982 


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NEW HAMl'SHIKE MANUAL 



BELKNAP 
COUNTY. 



Alton 

Barnstead 

Belmont 

Center Harbor . . 
Gilford 

Gilmanton 

Laconia — Ward 1 

" 9 





" 6 

Meredith 

New Hampton . . 

Sanbornton 

Tilton 

Totals 



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227 
148 
168 
68 
107 

212 
56 

182 
96 

182 

184 
377 
264 
146 
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243 



128 

177 

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59 

87 

113 
70 
163 
164 
202 

154 
224 
195 
106 
95 
180 



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245 

164 

190 

69 

110 

211 
71 
181 
143 
194 

173 
417 

278 
142 

180 
268 



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102 

146 

79 

48 

69 

104 
50 
97 
97 

121 

90 

154 

160 

94 

76 

139 



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1.626 



240 


101 


163 


150 


188 


80 


69 


52 


121 


61 


219 


106 


69 


52 


200 


87 


160 


89 


212 


118 


199 


73 


418 


162 


284 


163 


153 


90 


182 


80 


269 


147 


3,141 


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216 


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380 


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337 


271 


153 


159 


165 


170 


277 


175 


279 


241 


225 


192 


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193 


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146 


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266 


151 


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247 


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3,136 


1,630 


2,860 


2,701 


2,490 


2,338 


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NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





SOLICITOR. 


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Brookfield 52 

Chatham 41 

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Eaton : 42 

Effingham \ 74 

Freedom i 83 

Hart's Location ! 8 

Jackson | 45 

Madison : 102 

Moultonborough ! 242 

Ossipee 16'.) 

Sandwich ' 167 

Tamwoith | 160 

Tuftonborough j 112 

Wakefield 191 

Wolfeborouah 409 



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XEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 



Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord — Ward 1 . 
" 2, 
" 3. 

" 4. 

" 5. 



Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin— Ward 1. 



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Boscawen 

Bow 

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66 


1 
114 


125 


139 


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190 


80 


1 190 


125 


65 


128 


151 


96 


147 


143 


75 


146 


80 


94 


93 


250 


194 


256 


88 


107 


84 


145 


115 


152 


520 


302 


499 


400 


185 


409 


397 


370 


427 


316 


169 


307 


66 


232 


76 


142 


206 


157 


73 


98 


72 


99 


62 


102 


128 


101 


136 


271 


71 


261 


166 


203 


167 


253 


82 


250 


207 


99 


211 


93 


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96 


182 


102 


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67 

102 

74 

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187 
109 
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331 
176 

329: 

174 

222 

188 

116 

59 

102 

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60 


8 


118 


153 


3 


191 


85 


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127 


64 


1 


138 


110 


7 


146 


78 


8 


77 


91 


6 


251 


187 




90 


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NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Solici- 
tor. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

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Sheriff. 



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Hopkinton 247 

Loudon Ill 

Newbury 53 

New London 144 

Norrhneld 162 

Pembroke 303 

Pittsfleld 314 

Salisbury 134 

Sutton 129 

Warner 227 

Webster < 97 

Wilmot | 104 

Totals |6756 



175 

122 
79 
52 
55 

206 

240 
69 
55 

129 
40 

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235 197 

131 119 

51 85 

144 56 

165 54 

326 192 



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4286 


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207 


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188 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Solicitor 



HILLSBOEOUGH ( OUNTY. 



Amherst 

Antrim 

Bedford 

Bennington 

Brookline 

Deering 

Francestown 

Goffstown 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Hancock 

Hillsborough 

Hollis 

Hudson 

Litchfield 

Lyndeborough 

Manchester— Ward 1 

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Merrimack 

Milford 

Mont Vernon 

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1 


127 


41 


3 


329 


147 


12 


72 


64 




133 


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58 


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357 


183 


14 


135 


77 


5 


181 


71 


4 


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49 


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385 


179 


14 


797 


172 


29 


768 


297 


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179 


19 


155 


646 


21 


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552 


44 


248 


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57 


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Sheriff. 



Treasurer 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



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New Boston 

New Ipswich. . . . 

Pelham 

Peterborough 

Sharon 

Temple 

Weare 

Wilton 

Windsor 

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111 


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187 


216 


1 


160 


115 


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111 


139 




145 


102 


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415 


254 


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174 


185 


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11,692 


6,396 


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126 
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Antrim 

Bedford 

Bennington 

Brookline 

Deering * 

Francestown 

Goffstown 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Hancock j 

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330 

75 
138 

92 
363 

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183 
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389 
791 

774 
750 
157 
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145 

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60 
191 

74 

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24 

45 
162 
173 

281 
256 
625 
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Register of Probate. 


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Register of Deeds. 


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11,924 


6,097 


256 



VOTE FOR COUNTY OFFICERS. 



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Kegister of Deeds. 


Register of Probate. 


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171 

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162 

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Manchester — Ward 1 . . . 


357 


368 


388 


178 


174 


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753 


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179 


172 


171 17 


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685 


766 


283 


268 


268 29 


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770 


257 


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239 12 


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152 


157 


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627 


614 


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547 


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234 


233 


245 


41 


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38 


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497 


549 


300 


271 


289 


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362 


364 


374 


320 


326 


334 


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7 




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180 


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179 


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172 


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413 


380 


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250 


275 


246 


179 


191 


175 


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169 


146 


112 


129 


106 


156 


150 


140 


397 


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350 


381 


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337 


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107 


330 


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315 


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220 


221 


161 


104 


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2 


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4 


11,130 


11,221 


11,266 



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114 
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231 

196 

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77 

18 

75 

104 



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116 130 

84 99 

224 243 

198 213 

212 240 

74 79 

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100 98 



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141 145 
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11 



335 



198 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



CHESHIRE COUNTY. 



Solicitor. 



Sheriff. 



Treasurer. 



Alstead 

Chesterfield . . . 

Dublin 

Fitwzilliam . . . 
Gilsum 

Harrisville .... 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene — Ward 1 
« 2 

" 3 
" 4 
" 5 

Marlborough . . 

Harlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy..'. 

Walpole 

Westmoreland . 
Winchester. . . . 

Totals 



130 


73 


138 


75 


130 


153 


56 


167 


55 


157 


79 


8 


82 


9 


82 


164 


46 


173 


41 


158 


88 


52 


100 


48 


101 


103 


46 


103 


49 


102 


309 


58 


329 


51 


295 


205 


53 


211 


55 


195 


314 


119 


325 


113 


301 


266 


66 


278 


69 


262 


275 


72 


270 


97 


253 


190 


48 


187 


65 


191 


138 


125 


153 


118 


128 


234 


46 


244 


38 


244 


84 


52 


86 


50 


83 


47 


9 


39 


18 


46 


56 


21 


58 


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57 


149 


22 


159 


19 


154 


21 


1 


19 


2 


19 


50 


32 


64 


29 


44 


57 


4 


56 


8 


55 


33 


13 


35 


19 


42 


217 


90 


235 


89 


210 


150 


28 


159 


24 


149 


254 


259 


265 


261 


257 


136 


53 


143 


53 


131 


345 


76 


364 


70 


341 


4,247 


1,530 


4,442 


1,548 


4,187 



VOTE FOR COUNTY OFFICERS. 



199 



Register of 


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Probate. 




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139 


139 


144 


70 


57 


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82 


6 


81 


6 


78 


77 


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157 


48 


154 


146 


157 


47 


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46 


102 


47 


100 


96 


96 


39 


50 


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106 


44 


101 


46 


101 


100 


107 


4S 


49 


44 


298 


76 


311 


49 


312 


287 


299 


53 


52 


48 


196 


51 


187 


56 


185 


189 


210 


59 


54 


56 


334 


110 


326 


102 


302 


319 


291 


103 


103 


107 


270 


69 


270 


68 


254 


257 


249 


75 


70 


69 


263 


95 


278 


82 


250 


257 


245 


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96 


S7 


185 


62 


192 


55 


178 


187 


180 


52 


52 


49 


146 


120 


137 


116 


130 


128 


128 


124 


124 


118 


241 


36 


240 


35 


232 


22S 


228 


38 


41 


38 


84 


50 


84 


52 


81 


79 


78 


49 


55 


55 


49 


14 


1 

49 


13 


49 


45 


49 


13 


12 


11 


59 


19 


56 


20 


54 


54 


53 


20 


21 


22 


152 


24 


151 


21 


152' 


138 


155 


17 


20 


16 


19 


2 


20 




20 


20 


20 


2 


2 


2 


46 


35 


51 


"34' 


50 


50 


47 


35 


37 


37 


57 


4 


58 


4 


56 


55 


55 


6 


7 


7 


39 


13 


40 


12 


35 


32 


37 


13 


15 


14 


220 


95 


219 


93 


202 


195 


200 


101 


102 


96 


149 


28 


148 


27 


145 


144 


142 


28 


33 


27 


257 


253 


253 


260 


240 


231 


236 


258 


271 


272 


137 


52 


136 


51 


131 


125 


124 


58 


45 


46 


344 


76 


349 


71 


335 


32S 


320 


73 


76 


70 


4,283 


1,558 


4,290 


1,486 


4,091 


4,023 


4,046 


1,550 


1,573 


1,527 



200 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



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Charlestown 
Claremont .. 
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Grantham . . 
Langdon . . . 
Lempster . . 
Newport . . . 

Plainfield . . 
Springfield . 
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Totals 



105 


67 


100 


72 


202 


93 


181 


116 


770 


353 


654 


506 


150 


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76 


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25 


81 


52 


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464 


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76 


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84 


68 


38 


79 


38 


144 


65 


143 


72 


70 ' 


84 


66 


88 


75 


75 


80 


77 


2,508 


1,235 


2,378 


1,479 



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145 

62 

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51 
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85 
455 

157 
66 

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75 



72 
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374 
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83 
37 

72 
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74 



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47 


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47 


49 


45 


44 


42 


50 


20 


50 


20 


47 


49 


49 


20 


20 


22 


85 


48 


87 


54 


86 


86 


83 


53 


51 


56 


183 


140 


448 


155 


461 


445 


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138 


137 


132 


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78 


158 


76 


157 


159 


159 


77 


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1,251 


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202 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



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116 


160 


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134 


264 


104 


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256 


103 


169 


78 


171 


80 


14 


171 


78 


189 


102 


200 


100 




192 


102 


54 


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59 


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52 


29 


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110 


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114 


45 


72 


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113 


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59 


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73 




51 


58 


108 


75 


38 


36 


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77 


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321 


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311 


67 


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326 


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299 


75 


427 


304 


21 


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412 


338 


22 


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93 


79 


3 


24 


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98 


77 


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62 


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94 


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146 


15 


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60 


748 


151 


69 


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68 


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313 


142 


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311 


138 


323 


407 


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312 


139 


462 


223 


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65 


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206 


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97 


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259 
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316 
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62 
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204 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



GRAFTON COUNTY.- 

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106 


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322 


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VOTE FOR COUNTY OFFICERS. 



205 



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101 


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6 


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36 


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284 


131 


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273 


272 


277 


142 


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113 


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59 


72 


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91 


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42 


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3054 


174 


5438 


5229 


5236 


2973 


2963 


2870 


161 


147 


130 



206 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Solicitor. 


Sheriff. 


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COOS COUNTY. 


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62 
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86 
44 


199 

57 
26 


14 


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Clarksville 




Colebrook 


239 


182 


252 


150 


9 


243 


153 


7 


Columbia 


91 


57 


90 


56 


1 


90 


54 


1 


Dal ton 


53 
51 


49 
34 


53 
45 


51 
34 


1 


55 
49 


51 
33 




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1 


Errol 


15 
171 


25 
140 


15 

152 


27 
175 


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14 
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27 
145 




Gorham 


1 


Jefferson 


114 


127 


108 


143 


6 


113 


133 


6 


Lancaster 


474 


338 


534 


287 


23 


474 


350 


13 


Milan 


138 


47 


135 


57 




134 


57 


1 


Northumberland 


220 


128 


238 


117 


7 


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127 


2 


Pittsburg 


98 


40 


100 


38 


3 


99 


34 


3 


Randolph 


17 


15 


14 


18 




17 


15 




Shelburne 


46 


15 


34 


24 


1 


43 


14 


9, 


Stark 


78 


62 


72 


66 




72 


65 




Stewartstown 


140 


88 


141 


81 


1 


188 


96 


1 


Stratford 


91 


70 


110 


70 


2 


71 


90 


2 


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4 


7 


4 


5 




4 


7 


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Whitefield 


257 


168 


258 


162 


5 


242 


158 


24 


Totals 


2,997 


1,852 


3,003 


1,872 


78 


2,904 


1,891 


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VOTE FOR COUNTY OFFICERS. 



207 







Register 














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51 


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56 


55 


54 


55 


53 


54 


52 


52 


51 


51 


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87 


48 


34 


49 


48 


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37 


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38 




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14 
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26 
159 


14 
173 


29 
145 


14 
167 


14 
162 


18 
191 


24 
146 


25 
141 


28 
128 








1 


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150 


117 


136 


105 


105 


93 


141 


157 


132 


7 


4 


5 


127 


421 


543 


312 


459 


458 


449 


337 


359 


318 


31 


23 


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140 


137 

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54 
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132 
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127 
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132 

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56 
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51 

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51 

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99 


41 


98 


96 


94 


40 


89 


42 


2 


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12 


21 


17 


17 


16 


16 


16 


17 


17 


17 








45 


14 


44 


14 


42 


41 


47 


13 


9 


10 


1 




2 


73 

140 


62 

88 


76 
139 


64 
91 


74 
165 


70 
141 


69 
141 


61 

79 


61 
79 


62 

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86 


80 


101 


68 


78 


71 


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77 


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2 


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5 
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5 

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6 
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5 
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5 
242 


5 

162 


4 

181 


5 
153 








8 


p 


2 


$31 


2,052 


3,069 


1,863 


2,873 


2,756 


2,849 


2,042 


1,899 


1,783 


88 


69 


60 



208 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. 



Upon the question, "Is it expedient that a convention be called to 
revise the constitution?" the total vote in 1894 was 30,370 as follows: 

Yes. No. 

Rockingham 1,512 3,074 

Strafford 1,677 1,387 

Belknap 893 937 

Carroll 491 773 

Merrimack 2,093 2,853 

Hillsborough. 3,426 3,741 

Cheshire 1,168 887 

Sullivan 494 S60 

Grafton 1,088 1,516 

Coos 839 661 

Totals 13,681 16,689 

The question was again submitted by the legislature of 1895, and a 
vote upon the proposition was taken at the biennial election, Novem- 
ber 3, 1896. The total vote was 33,930, divided by counties as follows: 

Yes. No. 

Rockingham 1,210 3,642 

Strafford 1,539 1,9S4 

Belknap 970 1,191 

Carroll 436 831 

Merrimack 2,090 3,498 

Hillsborough 4,051 4,184 

Cheshire 1,350 1,128 

Sullivan 504 868 

Grafton 1,177 1,887 

Coos 772 618 

Totals 14,099 19,831 



.CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 



rhe candidates nominated under the provisions of the new ballot 
v and printed in the official ballots for the several towns and wards 
this state are here given complete. The politics of the candidates 
indicated, and those elected are distinguished by an asterisk. The 
be for each candidate for representative is stated. 



ACWORTH. 



Representative to General Court. 

George P. Dickey, r. 70 

John Symonds, d 59 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

mon E. Clark, d. Irving C. Davis, r* 

gar K. Morrison, d. Hiram R. Neal, r.* 

;rbert L. Piper, d. Elmer Wheeler, r.* 

Moderator. 

Hiram N. Hayward, r* 
Fred C. Parker, d. 



ALBANY. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

vah Blackey, r. Charles H. Drowns, d: 

ed T. Littlefield, r. Onslow S. Smith, d* 

Larles W. Walker, r. George W. Willey, d* 

Moderator. 



14 



Thomas J. Hurley, d* 
James M. Shackford, r. 



210 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

ALEXANDRIA. 

Representative to General Court. 

Warren F. Keyser, d 104 

Woodbury Sleeper, r 74 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Luisde L. Ballon, r. George B. Bowers, r. 

Alpheus S. Bucklin, d* Charles P. Fisk, d* 

Herbert L. Phillips, d* Horace F. Tilton, r. 

Moderator. 

John F. Phillips, d* 
John M. Sleeper, r. 



ALLENSTOWN. 

Representative to General Court. 

Ernest Fontaine, r. 145 

John Maguire, d. . . 38 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

George A. Dube, d. John G. Gordon, d and r.* 

John B. Haselton, r. Charles M. Poquet, r.* 

John H. Sullivan, d. 

Moderator. 

John F. Bartlett, d. 
Charles L. Cleveland, r.* 



ALSTEAD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Frank M. Forristall, r 121 

Martin L. Richardson, d 114 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 211 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

Gardner G. Banks, r.* Harvey D. Dickey, r.* 

Ceylon M. Dodge, r.* Clinton J. Gates, c7. 

Arthur Putnam, d. Fred B. Trow, d. 

Moderator. 

John F. Dickey, d. 
Edward M. Smith, r* 



ALTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

William R. Clough, r 242 

Oscar Duncan, d 128 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Oscar E. Davis, r.* Elbridge G. Ellis, d. 

Benjamin P. Marston, r* Ellsworth H. Rollins, r.* 

Chester A. Twomhly, d. Frank E. Wheeler, d. 

Moderator. 

Alonzo S. French, r.* 
Herbert J. Jones, d. 



AMHERST. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles W. Dodge, d <:."> 

Eugene C. Hubbard, r. 108 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Edwin R. Burtt, d. William D. Clark, r* 

Rodney H. Prince, d. William W. Sloan, d. 

William L. Weston, r* Frank E. Willoby, r* 

Moderator. 

Charles W. Dodge, d. 
Aaron M. Wilkins, r.* 



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ANDOVER, 

Bepresentative to General Court. 

George H. Haley, r 121 

Barron Shirley, (J 152 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

F. Carroll Colby, r. Joseph W. Elkins, d* 

ElvinB. Merrill, d* Everand C. Perkins, d.* 

Fred E. Putney, r. Vivian S. Quimby, r. 

Moderator. 

Joseph D. Philbrick, r. 
Henry A. Weymouth, d.* 



ANTRIM. 

Bepresentative to General Court. 

Squires Forsaitb, d 124 

Henry A. Hurlin, r 227 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Rill C. Butterfield, r* John C. Butterfield, d. 

William W. Crosby, r.* Henry A. Hurlin, r.* 

Alvin Smith, d. James E. Tenney, d. 

Moderator. 

Mason C. Butterfield, d. 
Abner B. Crombie, r.* 



ASHLAND. 

Bepresentative to General Court. 

Frank L. Hughes, r 227 

Orvis D. Thompson, d. ....... 81 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Joseph M. Blanchard, d. Levi Clough, d. 

George F. Dow, r.* Joseph Gteenleaf, d. 

Dexter Sanborn, r* Moses G. Tucker, r.* 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 213 



Moderator. 



George Fogg, d. 
George B. Gordon, r.* 



ATKINSON. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

orge E. Emerson, r* Enoch P. Hoitt, r.* 

John H. Smith, r.* 

Moderator. 
Hermon Noyes, r.* 



AUBURN. 

Representative to General Court. 

Melvin Hall, d 90 

Martin L. Piper, r. 113 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

jury J. Cilley, r.* Frank Forsaitli, (7. 

hn P. Griffin, d. Abel M. Keniston, cZ. 

Iwin Plummer, r* Henry C. Sanborn, r.* 

Moderator. 

Alfred D. Emery, r.* 
Lester Hall, tZ. 



BARNSTEAD. 

Representative to General Court. 

George L. Hall, cZ 159 

Lyman H. Jenkins, r 172 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

,mes Bodge, cZ.* Oscar Foss, r.* 

rerett B. Kelly, r. Samuel L. Nutter, d* 

Irving W. Stearns, r. 



214 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Moderator. 



Isaac E. Hani man, r. 
Daniel E. Tattle, d* 



BARRINGTON". 

Representative to General Court. 

John R. Palmer, d. 7-i 

Jeremiah H. Waterhouse, r. 237 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

True W. Chesley, d. James C. Hall, r* 

James Quinn, r.* George A. Smallcorn, d. 

Charles F. Winkley, d. George W. Young, r.* 

Moderator. 

Daniel W. Boody, d. 
William E. Waterhouse, r.* 



BARTLETT. 

Representative to the General Court. 

George C. Harriman, d. 10S 

Joel F. Robinson, r 168 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Harrison P. Dearborn, d. Clarence II. George, d. 

Fred C. Pitman, r.* William Pitman, d. 

Abraham B. Pratt, r.* Henry M. Rideout, r.* 

Moderator. 

Luther A. Dunbar, d. 
Granville K. Howard, ?*.* 



BATH. 



Representative to General Court. 

Henry C. Carbee, r. 143 

Timothy B. Southard, d 125 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 2 1 "> 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

.lexander H. Burton, d. Waterman W. Chamberlin, r. 

Wallace E. Clough, r. George E. Davenport, d.* 

zra A. Rodimon, d.* Moore E. Tewksbury, r. 

Moderator. 

Amos N. Blandin, cZ.* 



BEDFORD. 

Representative to General Court. 

George F. Barnard, d 115 

Edmund B. Hull, r 165 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

rhomas E. Barr, d. Milton N. Flint, d. 

?red G. Holbrook, d. James R. Leach, r* 

William H. Ryder, r* Harry A. Shepard, r.* 

Moderator. 

Albert L. Flint, d. 
William M. Patten, r.* 



BELMONT. 

Representative to General Court. 

Francis L. Gerald, r 197 

Arthur S. Ladd, d 89 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Francis A. Badger, d. George E. Blaisdell, d. 

3rock Dearborn, r.* Charles O. Judkins, d. 

Martin L. Lane, r.* Henry H. Young, r* 

Moderator. 
Edwin P. Thompson, d. and r.* 



216 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



BENNINGTON". 

Representative to General Court. 

Howard I. Dodge, d 8Q 

Herbert A. Eaton, r. 88 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Charles F. Burnham, j\* Henry J. Burtt, d. 

Alexander Caldwell, r.* Euel S. Cram, d. 

Moses H. Newton, d. Cyrus H. Philbrick, r.* 

Moderator. 

Eenjamin F. George, d. 
Mica jali M. George, r.* 



BENTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

William Kendall, r 29 

Orman L. Mann, d. 24 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Harry H. Elliott, r* Daniel M. Howe, r. 

Orman L. Mann, d.* Byron M. Tyler, r. 

Fred M. Tyler, d* Charles A. Yeazey, d. 

Moderator. 

Daniel M. Howe, r. 
Norman J. Page, c?.* 



BEBLIN. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Carlos P. Day, r . .490 

Frank J. Dutton, d 230 

Oliver Lambert, r. 472 

John L. Oswell, r 418 

William H. Paine, d 361 

Edward Toussaint, d 241 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 217 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

,mes L. Beattie, d. Andrew P. Bergquist, v.* 

>seph E. Gagne, d. John B. Gilbert, ?\* 

iorge F. Rich, r.* Joseph A. Wagner, (.7. 

.Moderator. 

Robert N. Chamberlin, r.* 
Samuel E. Paine, d. 



BETHLEHEM. 

Representative to General Court. 

Edward E. Bishop, d 161 

Henry A. Hildreth, r 114 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

larles L. Bartlett, r. Rufus N. Gordon, cZ.* 

rville B. Hildreth, d * Charles H. Hoit, d* 

arry A. Lewis, r. Arthur P. Rowe, r. 

Moderator. 

George T. Cruft, r. 
Charles E. Swasey, d.* 



BOSCAWEST. 

Representative to General Court. 

Frank L. Gerrish, r 196 

George Neller, d 74 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

imuel Choate, r.* Charles J. Ellsworth, r.* 

harles A. Folsom, c7. Frank H. Gage, <2. 

rvin A. Griffin, r.* Daniel D. Webster, d. 

Moderator. 

Robert L. Harris, v.* 
Charles P. Shepard, d. 



218 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

BOW. 

Representative to General Court. 

John B. Baker, r 122 

Betton F. Smith, d 82 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Anthon W. Colby, r* John P. Elliott, r* 

James Grafton, r* Benjamin T. Green, d. 

Frank A. Green, d. George W. Short, d. 

Moderator. 

Charles B. Rogers, d. 
David W. White, r* 



BRADFORD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Parker B. Craig, d 10S 

Freeman H. Gillingham, r. 146 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Warren T. Bagley, d. Lyman B. Butman, r.* 

Albert E. Choate, r* Charles P. Craig, d. 

Roswell W. Cummings, d. Martin II. Huntoon, r.* 

Moderator. 

John A. Peaslee, d. 
Frank M. Tappan, r.* 



BRENTWOOD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Arthur W. Dudley, r. . . . . . . .117 

William I. Rhodes, d 57 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 219 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

H. Carr, r* George A. Lyford, d. 

?e Y. Prescott, r.* Edward G. Robinson, r.* 

rV. Rowell, cL Horace A. Wood, d. 

Moderator. 

Winthrop H. Dudley, d. 
Ephraim G. Flanders, r.* 



BRIDGE WATER. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

es L. Barnard, r.* Albian B. Dalton, c7. 

nan S. Fletcher, r.* Winfred W Gilpatric, r. 

n D. Morrill, d. John L. Morrison, d. 

Moderator. 

Robert B. Gilpatric, r* 
Charlie II. Marston, d. 



BRISTOL. 

Representative to General Court. 

Ira A. Chase, r ' . . . . 263 

David Perkins, d 118 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

ird A. Blake, r* Orlando B. French, r* 

iir F. Gale, d. Charles P. George, d. 

i E. Tiiton, d. James W. Saunders, r* 

Moderator. 

Fred H. Ackerman, r.* 
Joseph N. Dickinson, d. 



220 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

BROOKF1ELD. 

Representative to General Court. 

William A. Bixby, d 60 

John C. Pike, r 35 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Stephen H. Hutchins, d* Charles K. Seal, d* 

Edwin F. Nute, d. John F. Robinson, r. 

Luther M. Sanborn, r.* Charles Willey, r. 

Moderator. 

Frank Hutchins, d. 
Dudley C. Colman, r.* 



BROOKLINE. 

Representative to General Court. 

Ira Daniels, r. 61 

Orville D. Fessenden, d 100 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Charles W. Currier, d. Charles S. Dunbar, r.* 

Frederick G. Hobart, d. George H. Nye, r.* 

Henry G. Shattuck, r * Edward C. Tucker, d. 

Moderator. 

David S. Fessenden, d. 
Frank L. Willoby, r* 



CAMPTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

David B. Pulsifer, r 153 

Albert H. Sawyer, d 105 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 221 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

s G. Avery, d. William H. Berry, r.* 

Morrill, d. Austin G. Simpson, r. 

Spokesfleld, r* George W. Wallace, d. 

Moderator. 

Orrin F. James, d. 
Edward H. Sanborn, r* 



CANAAN. 

Representative to General Court. 

Frank A. Doten, d 105 

Richard R. Smith, r 210 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Davis, r.* Edwin C. Kenyon, r.* 

es L. Lathrop, d. Webster J. Martin, r.* 

Stevens, d. Henry H. Wadsworth, d. 

Moderator. 

Frank D. Currier, r.* 
Alden E. Smith, d. 



C AND I A. 

Representative to General Court. 

Frank P. Brown, d 110 

George E. Eaton, r 189 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

D. Bean, r* Charles F. Fifield, d. 

Godfrey, r* John H. Moore, d. 

W. Palmer, r* Jesse W. Sargeant, d. 

Moderator. 

Edwin J. Godfrey, ?v* 
Frank P. Langford, d. 



222 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

CANTERBURY. 

Representative to General Court. 

John A. Peck, d 78 

Philip C. Clough, r 156 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Charles H. Ayers, Jr., d. Albert Blanchard, r.* 

Joseph P. Dearborn, d. Charles H. Fletcher, d. 

James Frame, r.* Samuel A. Morrill, r.* 

Moderator. 

Robert S. Morrill, r* 
Charles Smith, d. 



CARROLL. 

Representative to General Court. 

William A. Barron, r 102 

William F. Iiobbs, d. . . 62 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Evvdin L. Brown, d. George Howe, r.* 

Chester A. Leavitt, d. Duncan McMillan, r.* 

James J. Parks, r* Richard J. Quinn, d. 

Moderator 

Roswell H. Brill, d. 
Andrew Church, r* 



CENTRE HARBOR. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Charles C. Cook, c* Smith F. Emery, c* 

Harrison C. Perkins, c* 

Moderator. 
George A. Simpson, c* 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 223 

CHARLESTOWN. 

Representative to General Court. 

WillE. Adams, d Ill 

Nathaniel G. Brooks, r 201 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

bert E. Buswell, r.* Robert J. Davis, d. 

ivid E. Farwell, d. Orin E. Fisk, d. 

erett T. Holden, r.* Harvey E. Royce, r* 

Moderator. 

Stephen T. Searle, d. 
Charles E. Whipple, ?\* 



CHATHAM. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles S. Chandler, d 33 

Edwin S. Lang, r 48 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

arles H. Binford, r.* Charles S. Chandler, d. 

race Chandler, d. Benjamin W. Flint, r* 

liter P. McKeen, r* Clifford H. Walker, d. 

Moderator. 

John F. Charles, d. 
James M. Weeks, r* 



CHESTER. 

Representative to General Court. 

George W. Davis, d. ...... 50 

Arthur H. Wilcomb, r 143 



224 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Sup>ervisors of the Check List. 

George L. Converse, r.* Albert F. B. Edwards, r* 

Oren F. Page, d. Franklin P. Shackford, d. 

Alonzo A. West, r.* Sewell Worthier, d. 

Moderator. 

Nathan W. Goldsmith, r.* 
George S. Webster, d. 



CHESTERFIELD. 

Representative to General Court. 

James J. Farwell, r 141 

Sem L. Stowell, d 98 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Larkin W. Amidon, d. Arthur M. Davis, d. 

Olm P. Fair, r* Frank C. Hamilton, r* 

Frank M. Holman, r.* John W. York, d. 

Moderator. 

Warren H. Butler, r* 
John A. Joslin, d. 



CHICHESTER. 

Representative to General Court. 

Noah G. Edmunds, d 89 

Otis T. Maxfield, r 105 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Bryant M. Bailey, d* Frank T. Lane, r. 

True Sanborn, r, John L. T. Shaw, r. 

James F. Towle, d* Frank L. Winslow, d * 

Moderator. 

George W. Lane, d.* 
Jeremy L. Sanborn, r. 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 



225 



CLARKSVILLE. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 



larles L. Feltou, r.* 
ed J. Hardy, r* 
illis E. Young, d. 



David F. Hall, d. 
Joseph Roby, r.* 
William TV. Young, <i. 



Moderator. 

Horace Comstock, cZ. 
Willis A. Harriman, r.* 



CLAREMONT. 



Representatives to General Court. 



Ora D. Blanchard, d. 
Burt Chellis, r. 
Alvah R. Cummings, d. 
Francis E. Freeman, r. 
Frank P. Huntley, d. 
George P. Hunton, d. 
Willard M. Smith, r. 
George T. Stock well, r. 
John M. Whipple, Jr., ) 
Josiah Wilson, d. . 



astus C. Bailey, r.* 

i Colby, r * 

>sea W. Parker, d. 



Supervisors of the Chech 
Henry E 



List. 



Charron, d. 
Eugene H. Hunter, d. 
George H. S to well, r.* 



397 
752 
379 
745 
4(52 
363 
731 
051 
729 
383 



Moderator. 

Hosea W. Parker, d. 
Julius C. Timson, r.* 



COLEBROOK. 



Representative to General Court. 



Henry H. Gould, r. 
Edgar A. Jordan, d. 
15 



290 
143 



226 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Edwin J. Belville, r.* Lucius D. Frizzell, d. 

Marsena B. Gilkey, d. Sherburn R. M. Ramsay, r. 

Fitz C. Rolfe, d. Charles Woodrow, r.* 

Moderator. 

Thomas F. Johnson, r* 
Sidney B. Whittemore, d. 



COLUMBIA. 

Representative to General Court. 

Miles W. Gray, r 91 

Edwin Fitts, d 47 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

William Fairman, r* Horace G. Lyman, r.* 

George Park hurst, r.* 

Moderator. 

Horace M. Hobart, r.* 



CONCORD.— WARD 1. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Walter L. Brown, d 219 

Harvey Campbell, d 192 

Henry E. Chamberlin, r. 253 

John H. Moore, r 242 



CONCORD.— WARD 2. 

Representative to General Court. 

Fred Rollins, r 84 

Daniel B. Sanborn, d 109 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 



227 



CONCORD.— WARD 3. 

Representative to General Court. 

Fred A. Eastman, p 14 

Abijah Hollis, d 113 

George Partridge, r 15] 



CONCORD.— WARD 4. 



Representatives to General Court. 




James M. Jones, d. 


. 283 


James 0. Lyford, r. 


. 557 


Frank S. Moulton, d 


. 290 


Myron J. Pratt, r 


. 534 


Joseph B. Smart, d 


. 229 


Timothy P. Sullivan, r. .... 


. 533 



CONCORD.— WARD 5. 



Representatives to General C 


^ourt. 




Frank Battles, r 




. 434 


Albert M. Follett, p 




26 


George F. Gannon, d 




. 132 


Charles W. Sargent, p. . 




26 


Lemuel W. Tozier, d 




. 14S 


Benjamin C. White, r. ..... 




. 411 



CONCORD.— WARD 6. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Martin F. Cleary, d 341 

Frank Coffin, p 52 

Arthur E. Dole, r 358 

Evarts MeQuesten, p 39 

Charles C. Nutter, d 373 

Samuel F. Patterson, r. 347 



228 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



CONCORD.— WAED 


7. 




Representatives to General 


Court. 




Frank K. Chase, p. .... 




22 


Clifton W. Drake, d 




. 162 


Horace L. Ingalls, r 




. 289 


James W. Lane, r. .... 




. 300 


Charles H. Noyes, d. 




159 


Joseph F. Ward, p 


8. 


18 


CONCORD.— WARD 





Representative to General Court. 

Josiah E. D wight, r 

Howard F. Hill, d 



74 

225 



CONCORD.— WARD 9. 

Representative to General Court. 

William J. Ahern, d 

Moses H. Bradley, r 



199 
152 



CONWAY. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Samuel C. Hatch, d 216 

Joel E. Morrill, r 355 

Nathan W. Pease, r 299 

William M. Wyman, d 294 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

George W. Marden, r* Leroy S. Merrill, d. 

Arthur R. Shirley, r.* William A. Sloane, r* 

Edward E. Thoits, d. James W. Whitaker, d. 

Moderator. 

John B. Nash, d. 
Levi C. Quint, r\* 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 229 

CORNISH. 

Representative to General Court. 

William W. Balloch, r 159 

Samuel Putnam, d 40 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

orge C. Huggins, r.* Freeman A. Johnson, r.* 

win G. Kenyon, r.* Arthur P. Thrasher, d. 

ank H. Weld, d. Lyman D. Wood, d. 

Moderator. 

Charles E. Jackson, d. 
Chester Pike, r.* 



CROYDON. 

Representative to General Court. 
Alonzo Allen, r 75 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

,na W. Barton, r* George T. Blanchard, d. 

arles O. Hall, r* Fred O. Jameson, d. 

lliam H. Kemp, d. Hilliard R. Sanborn, r.* 

Moderator. 

Sullivan Barton, d. 
Caleb K. Loverin, r.* 



D ALTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles Aldrich, d 40 

Joseph W. Brown, r 85 

Super-visors of the Check List. 

en S. Aldrich, d. Frank H. Britton, d. 

xter D. Goodall, d. Elmer P. Kelso, r* 

ren Ricker, r* Joseph R. Weare, r* 



230 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Moderator. 



Samuel H. Doolan, d. 
George E. Wallace, r.' 



DANBURY. 

Representative to General Court. 

James A. Littlefield, r 83 

Charles A. Martin, d 106 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

John S. Allen, r. Fred B. Brayley, d* 

Frank W. Flanders, r. Arthur H. Perkins, r. 

George W. Stuart, d* Wilbur W. Webster, d* 

Moderator. 

Stillman Clark, r. 
Cyrus B. Jones, d.* 



DANVILLE. 

Representative to General Court. 

Alden M. Johnson, r. 109 

Charles F. Ruee, d 22 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Edwin A. Buzzell, d. Charles A. Darbe, r* 

James W. George, d. Frank A. Hall, r* 

George W. March, d. Charles A. Spofford, r.* 

Moderator. 

George M. Anderson, r.* 
Aliston E. Tewksbury, d. 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 



231 



DERRY. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Lucien H. Adams, r., Nom. Papers 
Frederick H. Bartlett, d. 
Frederic M. Gilcreast, d. 
Alden G. Kelley, p., Nom. Papers 
Alvin J. Seavey, r. ... 

Lyman M. Stearns, p., Nom. Papers 
Frank H. Warren, r., Nom. Papers 
Edwin N. Whitney, r. . 



enry W. Bagley, d. 
iraes H. Conlon, d. 
eorge S. Rollins, r. : 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

George W. Barker, r.* 
Edward L. Jones, r.* 
i Edward H. Sanders, d. 

Moderator. 

Nathaniel H. Brown, (Z. 
Randolph R. Merrick, r.* 



202 
76 
65 
26 

270 
29 

220 

322 



DEERFIELD. 

Representative to General Court. 



Loring D. Ladd, 
Charles E. Rand, 



d. 



204 
152 



Supervisors of the Check List. 
rtlmr M. Chase, r.* Horace M. Churchill, r. 



x>ses B. Harvey, d. 
r ilbur J. Rowell, ?v 



James H. Prescott, d. 
Jonathan S. Smith, d. 



Moderator. 

William F. Chase, d. 
Carrol E. Legro, r* 



DEERING. 

Representative to General Court. 



Charles W. Forsaith, d. 
William H. Patten, r. 



232 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

Charles A. Barney, d* Enoch H. Bartlett, d* 

Dennis R. Chase, r. James W. Ellsworth, d. % 

Albert L. Emerson, r. George C. Patten, r. 

Moderator. 

Dennis R. Chase, r. 
James S. Craine, d* 



DORCHESTER. 

Representative to General Court. 

Abel Bailey, d. 36 

William R. Park, Jr., r 61 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Hazen H. Clough, d. James L. Colburn, r* 

Joseph E. Fellows, r.* Byron Richardson, r.* 

George W. Rowen, d. Burgess M. Youngman, d. 

Moderator. 

Hiram W. K. Eastman, d. 
Herman L. Poquette, r* 



DOVER— WARD 1. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Eben C. Berry, r 313 

Henry E. Hodgdon, d. 153> 

John F. Stevens, r 273 

DOVER— WARD 2. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Charles S. Benvie, d. 165 

Chesley Drew, r 490 

Joseph N. Holt, r 466 

Adams T. Peirce, r 443 

Charles H. Shapleigh, d. 291 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 



233 



DOVER— WAED 3. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Job H. Burleigh, d. 98 

John W. Leavitt, r 413 

John B. Stevens, r 407 

Charles W. Welch, d. 84 



DOVER— WARD 4. 



/Representatives to General Court. 




Charles II. Card, d. 


. 183 


Michael F. McCarty, d. 


. 173 


Benjamin P. Pierce, r 


. 531 


Thomas E. Varney, r. ..... 


. 543 


Samuel N. Wicks, d. . . . 


. 160 


Henry A. Worthen, r 


. 517 



DOVER— WARD 5. 



Representative to General Court. 

Henry J. Carragher, d., Nom. Papers 

James J. Cassidy, d. 

Edward F. Hughes, </., Nom. Papers 

Ivory Maddox, r. ; . 

David McFadden, d. 

Michael Qualey, r ' 



60 
188 

90 

8 

102 



DUBLIN. 



Representative to General Court. 
Charles F. Appleton, r. .... 



81 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

,rauel Adams, r* William A. Moore, r* 

>hn H. Mason, r* 



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Moderator. 
Henry D. Learned, r.* 



DUMMER. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Charles N". Bickford, d* Warren G. Wentworth, d. 

Daniel Cole, d. Hollis F. Whitcomb, r* 

John B. Lovejoy, r* 

Moderator. 

John H. Chandler, r* 
Charles H. Gates, d. 



DUMBARTON. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Peter H. Batchelder, d. Wesley P. Stone, d. 

Horace Caldwell, r* Augustus F. Waite, d. 

Natt P. Hammond, r* Otis E. Whipple, r* 

Moderator. 

Edward P. Paige, r* 
James E. Stone, d. 



DURHAM. 

Representative to General Court. 

Daniel Chesley, r 140 

George H. Whitcher, d 103 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Alwin D. Briggs, d. Charles G. Morse, d. 

Eben M. Davis, r* Clarence I. Smart, d. 

David H. Fogg, r* David W. Watson, r* 



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235 



Moderator. 

Albert L. Cummings, d. 
Lucien Thompson, r.* 



EATON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Smith C. Allard, d. 46 

Leander M. Ferren, p. ...... . 3 

Everett A. Stanley, r 60 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

)hn H. Bryant, d* Frank Palmer, r. 

elville Gould, d. Charles E. Stuart, d. 

)hn O. Hart, r.* Quincy A. Thurston, r* 

/Moderator. 

Frank M. Hatch, d. 
Everett A. Stanley, r* 



EAST KINGSTON. 



Supervisors of the Check List. 



)hn H. Buswell, r.* 
Tlliam D. Ingalls, d. 
rank D. Lawrence, d. 



George F. Morrill, dJ 
Ulysses S. Tilton, r.* 
William S. Titcomb, \ 



Moderator. 

George W. Sanborn, d/ 
William S. Titcomb, r. 



EASTON. 



,mes Burrell, r. 
)hn W. Gray, d* 
3on G. Huntress, d.* 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

George S. Judd, d* 
Edwin Lewis, r. 
Hiram Tucker, r. 



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Moderator. 



Willis Bowles, d. 
Charles Brooks, r.* 



EFFINGHAM. 

Representative to General Court. 

Alonzo Kenisou, d. 67 

James M. Leavitt, r 85 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Irving S. Drake, d. Benjamin F. Lear, r. 

John P. Glidden, d* Frank Meloon, ;-.* 

Lemuel C. Holmes, r,* John E. Thurston, d. 

Moderator. 

Charles S. Miles, r. 
Charles Parsons, d* 



ELLSWORTH. 

Representative to General Court. 

Herbert F. Morse, r 6 

Samuel Sherburn, d. 25 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Orrin Avery, d* Warren P. Buzzell, d.* 

Enoch Batchelder, r, Henry Collins, r. 

George S. Batchelder, r. Loren C. Palmer, d* 

Moderator. 

Ira C. Downing, d* 
Alfred W. Kelley, r. 

ENFIELD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Eben R. Dustin, d. 93 

George E. Whitney, r 247 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 237 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

verett B. Huse, r.* Joseph S. Pillsbury, d. 

ames McElwain, r.* Frank H. Webster, r* 

pliraim D. Pettingill, d. Henry H. Wilson, d. 

Moderator. 

George W. Burnham, d. 
Wyman Pattee, ;'.* 



EPPING. 

Representative to General Court. 

Abram W. Mitchell, d. 210 

John L. True, r 205 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

obert J. Beals, ;-.* Richard R. Morris, ;\* 

ames F. Brown, d. Charles W. True, d* 

ohn S. Ladd, d. Charles M. Woods, r. 

Moderator. 

Fred P. Knox, d. 
Stephen E. Swain, r.* 



EPSOM. 

Representative to General Court. 

James L. Bickford, r 131 

Blanchard H. Fowler, d. 110 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

lfred P. Bickford, r* Charles F. Haynes, r* 

eorge P. Cass, d. James B. Tennant, r* 

aniel G. Chesley, d. Edwin R. Yeaton, d. 

Moderator. 

James W. Harden, r.* 
Samuel R. Yeaton, d. 



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ERROL. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Charles C. Bennett, d* Norton IS". Ferren, r. 

James L. Bragg, d.* Stephen R. Hanscom, r 

Auvern L. Davis, r. Ralph D. Thurston, d* 

Moderator. 

Norton N. Ferren, r. 
Ralph D. Thurston, d* 



EXETER. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Andrew J. Brown, d. 173 

William P. Chadwick, r 703 

Rufus N. Elwell, r. 703 

Sperry French, r 763 

Andrew J. Hoyt, d 229 

Albert S. Langley, d. 298 

John D. Lyman, r. 755 

Joseph W. Towle, d. 156 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

John H. Brown, r.* George M. Goodwin, d. 

John H. Elkins, d. George F. Haynes, d. 

Arthur O. Fuller, r.* Leonard F. Smith, ;-.* 

Moderator. 

Lafayette Chesley, d. 
John E. Gardner, ;-.* 



FARMTNGTON. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Charles H. Berry, d. 
George V. Card, r. 
Henry C. Nutter, r. 
John D. Otis, r. 
Ned L. Parker, d. . 
Horace H. Roberts, d. 



299 
437 
431 
430 
303 
297 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 239 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

;aac A. Canney, d. Frank Matthews, d. 

ristam H. Fletcher, d. Herman J. Pike, r.* 

William T. Hayes, r.* Irving Webster, r* 

Moderator. 

John F. Hall, d* 
Charles W. Talpey, r. 



FITZWILLIAM. 

Representative to Genera/ Court. 

William F. Perry, d. 77 

Samuel S. Stone, r. 140 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

euben L. Angier, d. John M. Parker, d. and r.* 

>aac H. Burbank, r* Edgar M. Thompson, r.* 

homas 13. Burns, d. 

Moderator. 

John M. Parker, d. and r.* 



FRANCESTOWN. 

Representative to General Court. 

Edwin W. H. Farnum, r 126 

George K. Wood, d 58 

Supervisors of 'the Check List. 

eorge A. Duncklee, ;.* Edwin G-. Manahan, d. 

dward F. Button, d. Henry Richardson, r* 

red H. Epps, d. Edward F. Roper, r. 

Moderator. 

Edson H. Patch, r* 
Jesse P. Woodbury, d. 



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FRANCONIA. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charlie E. Whipple, r 56 

Elmore Whipple, d. 82 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Leonard M. Aldrich, r. William B. Chace, d* 

Richard C. Bean, r. Clarence K. Corliss, r. 

George H. Burt, d* Frank P. Whitney, d* 

Moderator. 

Wilbur F. Parker, d* 
Hamlin R. Priest, r. 



FRANKLIN.— WARD 1. 

Representative to General Cotirt. 

Walter H. Stewart, r 279 

Asa J. Thurston, d. 95 



FRANKLIN.— WARD 2. 

Representative to General Court. 

Frank H. Marsh, r 170 

Dennis E. Sullivan, d. 214 



FRANKLIN.— WARD 3. 

Representative to General Court. 

Fred Aiken, r 272 

Julius B. Hale, d. 70 



FREEDOM. 

Representative to General Court. 

Edgar L. Mills, r 49 

George I. Philbrick, d. 136 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 241 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

^arry E. Cutting, r. Aldo A. Lovering, d.* 

esse I. Drew, r. George P. Nason, d.* 

lmont T. Durgin, r. Edgar J. Young, d.* 

Moderator. 

Almon R. Bennett, r. 
George I. Philbrick, d* 



FREMONT. 

Representative to Genera/ Court. 

Frank D. Rowe, d 45 

Arthur T. Smith, r 103 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

nicomb H. Benfield, d. Ira A. Butterfield, d. 

arrison B. Ellis, r.* George YV. Emerson, r.* 

ohn W. French, r* William J. Ladd, d. 

Moderator. 
Cyrus A. Gove, d. and r. 

GILMANTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Elbridge G. Clough, d. 163 

George F. Kelley, r 171 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

aural A. Blake, r.* John P. Hussey, d. 

ohn B. Moore, d. Daniel H. Moulton, ;.* 

slier S. Parsons, r.* Thomas Sargent, d. 

Moderator. 

Thomas Cogswell, d.* 
Jeremiah W. Sanborn, r. 

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GILFORD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles W. Rollins, d 106 

Freeman G. Smith, r 100 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Charles W. B. Davis, d. Levi C. Grant, r* 

Matthias Kimball, d. Albert V. Locke, r* 

Charles F. Morrill, r* Fred J. Potter, d. 

Moderator. 

Martin M. Cole, r* 
George W. Sanders, d. 



GILSUM. 

Representative to General Court. 

Herbert E. Adams, r 113 

John Q. Pickering, d. 38 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Elmer D. Banks, d. John J. Isham, d. 

Joseph H. Maloney, d. John R. Wellman, r.* 

Jehiel White, r* Lansing W. Wilder, r* 

Moderator. 

Daniel W. Bill, d. 
John A. Smith, r* 



GOFFSTOWN. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles G. Barnard, d, 240 

John W. Hoit, r 295 

Oscar C. Lord, d. 205 

Charles E. Pollard, r 288 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 243 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

orge W. Colby, r* Weston C. Davis, d. 

dney Johnson, r* Jesse E. Junkins, d. 

Iman F. Robertson, r.* John W. Story, d. 

Moderator. 

Ervin Moore, d. 
Henry Moore, r.* 



GORHAM. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles F. Moore, r 164 

Alfred N. Tvvitchell, d. ■ . .166 

Stipe?-visors of the Check List. 

arles A. Chandler, d. John J. Flaherty, d. 

nest D. Kilgore, d. Charles C. Libby, r* 

nry Marble, r.* Thomas Wilkinson, r* 

Moderator. 

John P. Dunham, r, 
Thomas Gifford, 2d, d* 



GOSHEN. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

nley Y. Bowlby, r* John F. Howlett, d* 

ner Jacobs, d. Joseph C. Lewis, r.* 

hum Marshall, d. Russell T. Maxtield, r, 

Moderator. 

Burk Booth, r. 
Hial F. Nelson, d* 



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GRAFTON. 



Representative to General Court. 



Henry O. Rollins, d 

Gilbert M. Sulloway, r. .... 

Supervisors of the Check List. 
Walter L. Brayley, d. Eben Gove, r* 



Val M. Hardy, r.* 
George G. Little, d. 



George H. Johnson, d. 
Frank A. Martin, r.* 



Moderator. 

Henry O. Rollins, d. 
Gilbert M. Sulloway, r.* 



83 
103 



GRANTHAM. 

Representative to General Court. 



Albert Collins, r. . 
George H. Walker, d. 



48 
64 



Supervisors of the Check List. 



Guy H. Buswell, d.* 
James M. Howe, r. 
Lyman P. Saunders, r. 



Henry G. Hastings, r. 
Horace F. Kimball, d. 
Lucius A. B. Smith, d.* 



Moderator. 

Rufus Hall, r* 
Perley Walker, d. 



GREENFIELD. 

Representative to General Court. 



George P. Holt, r. 
George H. Putman, d. 



98 
66 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 245 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

niel W. Burnham, r* Fred W. Gould, d* 

His D. Hardy, r* Frank E. Howard, r. 

ge A. Lowe, d. Hugh McCanna, d. 

Moderator. 

Clarence M. Gipson, r* 
George S. Peavey, d. 



GREENLAND. 

'Representative to General Court. 

John H. Brackett, d 60 

Edwin C. Foss, r 102 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

lliam S. Bennett, d. Elmer E. Drake, r* 

ward A. Libby, r* Andrew J. Norton, d. 

omas F. Walden, d. John P. Weeks, r.* 

Moderator. 

Charles H. Brackett, r.* 
James C. Simpson, d. 



GBEENVILLE. 

Representative to General Court. 

Daniel J. Brown, d 30 

James B. Fry, Ind. r 35 

Isaiah Wheeler, r -119 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

ter C. Chouinard, d. John C. Foley, d. 

orge C. Robbins, d. and r* William H. Sanborn, r* 

Henry I. Whitney, r* 



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Moderator. 
Stephen H. Bacon, d. and r. 



GROTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Llewellyn L. Cheever, r 45 

Josiah Wheet, d 27 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Fred C. Hall, r. Jerome D. L. Hall, d. 

Charlie D. Jewell, d* Mark B. Kidder, d* 

Baron S. Kinne, r. Arthur C. Pollard, r.* 

Moderator. 

Jacob S. Kelley, r. 
Daniel Kidder, d.* 



HAMPSTEAD. 

Representative to General Coiwt. 

Nathaniel E. Bartlett, d. 85 

James W. Sanborn, r 141 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Daniel N. Hoyt, d. Hamlin S. Martin, r* 

Wallace P. Noyes, d. William A. Pressey, d. 

Clarence L. Sawyer, r* Charles P. Tabor, r* 

Moderator. 

Andrew M. Moulton, r* 
Edson S. Pressey, d. 



HAMPTON. 

Representative to General Conrt. 

Warren M. Batchelder, d 209 

John W. Towle, r. 124 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 247 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

!larence M. Dearborn, d. Washington H. Hobbs, r.* 

oshua E. James, r* Otis H. Marston, d. 

[enry J. Perkins, r* Frank P. Towle, d. 

Moderator. 

Charles M. Lamprey, d. 
Samuel A. Towle, ;-.* 



HAMPTON FALLS. 

Representative to General Court. 
Warren J. Prescott, r 103 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Li'thur W. Brown, r* Frank S. Green, r* 

s F. Wadle 

Moderator. 
Warren Brown, s 



HANCOCK. 

Representative to General Court. 

James S. Hayward, d. 82 

Charles M. Sheldon, r 74 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

'rank T. Davis, d. Wilfred M. Davis, r* 

reorge H. Fogg, d. John E. Hadley, r. 

!lmer S. Ware, d. Almus F. Woodward, r* 

Moderator. 

Frank T. Davis, d* 
Cristy H. Duncan, r. 



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HANOVER. 

Representatives to General Court. 

John L. Bridgman, r 257 

Newton S. Huntington, r 314 

Byron E. Lewin, d. 81 

Lafayette W. Rogers, d. . 143 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

John D. Bridgman, d. Carlton N. Camp, r* 

John H. Foster, d. George Hitchcock, r.* 

Willard G. Hurlbutt, r.* Chandler P. Smith, d. 

Moderator. 

John M. Fuller, d. 
Newton S. Huntington, r.* 



HARRISVILLE. 

Representative to General Court. 
Francis Stratton, r 116 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Luke Bergeron, c?.* Walter L. Blodgett, r. 

John H. Farwell, d* George G. Mason, d* 

Frank H. Meloon, r. Charles M. Pike, r. 

Moderator. 

Samuel D. Bemis, d.* 
Thomas H. White, r. 



HART'S LOCATION. 



Supervisors of the Check List. 



Preston P. Burnell, r.* Winfred J. Btirnell, r.* 

Oliver F. Stillings, r* 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 249 

Moderator. 
George H. Morey, r.* 



HAVERHILL. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Charles R. Gibson, r 422 

Samuel B. Page, d 318 

Francis S. Sleeper, r 881 

Enoch R. Weeks, d 306 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

larles J. Ayer, r* Clarence L. Bailey, r.* 

an E. Carr, r* Henry W. Keyes, d. 

iraes F. Leonard, d. James O. Tattle, d. 

Moderator. 

George C. Butler, r* 
Samuel B. Page, d. 



HEBRON. 

Representative to General Court. 

George B. Barnard, d 47 

George S. Smith, /• 24 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

eorge B. Barnard, d* Hiram S. Crafts, r. 

ichard A. Merrill, r. Cyrus Moore, e7.* 

rank O. Morse, d.* John F. Rogers, r. 

Moderator. 

John F. Rogers, r. 
William C. Ross, d* 



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HENNIKER. 

Representative to General Court. 

John Gage, d. 102 

Fred N. Webster, r 221 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Albert W. Barnes, d. Nathan P. Buxton, r.* 

Willis N. Games, d. Enos Carter, d. 

Ransom T. Dodge, r.* George F. Pinkham, r* 

Moderator. 

George E. Chadwick, d. 
Charles A. Wilkins, r* 



HILL. 



Representative to General Court. 

Charles F. Adams, r 103 

John H. Stevens, d. 33 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

John W. Bartlett, r* Robert M. Briggs, r* 

Horace J. Campbell, d. Moses F. Little, r.* 

Asa D. Prescott, d. Sylvester Wheet, d. 

Moderator. 

David G. Mowe, d. 
George A. Sumner, r.* 



HILLSBOROUGH. 

Representative to General Court. 

Leon E. Annis, d. . 209 

Andrew J. Crooker, r 299 

Willis S. Marcy, r 320 

Charles S. Perry, d 297 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 251 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

arry S. Appleton, d. Horatio C. Bills, d. 

rlando G. Burtt, r* Frank D. Gay, r* 

a W. Jackman, r.* John L. Sliedd, </. 

.Moderator. 

William H. Manahan, r* 
Frank E. Merrill, d. 



HINSDALE. 

-Representative to General Court. 

Clement C. Holton, r . .291 

John W. Jeffords, r 297 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

dward Bergeron, v.* Ernest I. Latham, r* 

George W. Lewis, r.* 

Moderator. 
Edalhert J. Temple, r.* 



HOLDERNESS. 

Representative to General Court. 

Robert P. Curry, r 102 

Charles W. Piper, d 87 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

'rank P. Heath, (Z. Ira M. Jones, r.* 

ohn H. Perkins, d. Joseph W. Pulsifer, r* 

ason E. Sanborn, r* George B. M. Wallace, d. 

Moderator. 

W. Frank P. Berry, r * 
Jonathan B. Huckins, d. 



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HOLLIS. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles E. Hardy, d 126 

Daniel W. Hayden, r 110 

Charles M. Stratton, Ind 10 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

William J. Blood, d. David N. Hayden, r.* 

Truman Hurd, d. Charles E. Whitcher, d. 

George W. Woodin, r.* Franklin Worcester, r* 

Moderator. 

Marcellus J. Powers, d. 
Silas M. Spalding, r.* 



HOOKSETT. 

Representatives to General Court. 

George T. Martelle, d 108 

Robert B. Neal, r 204 

Arthur G. Robie, r 217 

William H. Robinson, d 61 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

James H. Barnes, d. George E. Cate, d. 

Albert W. Cole, r.* Arthur Racine, r.* 

John Stearns, d. Theodore M. Togus, r.* 

Moderator. 

Norris C. Gault, d. 
John W. Grey, r* 



HOPKINTON. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Cyrus F. Dustin, d 259 

Edward D. French, r 207 

Warren Huntoon, d 186 

William E. Mudgett, r 199 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 253 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

llfred E. Griffin, r.* Arthur C. Huntoon, d. 

oilman B. Kimball, d. George E. Lord, r* 

Samuel T. Symonds, d. Cyril T. Webber, r.* 

Moderator. 

Walter S. Davis, r* 
True J. Putney, d. 



HUDSON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Edwin S. Growing, r 1G4 

Kimball Webster, d Ill 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

lenry C. Brown, r* Arden C. Cross, r* 

Mm C. Groves, d. Everett Merrill, r.* 

harles S. Smith, d. Pearl T. Thomas, d. 

Moderator. 

Joshua W. Jones, d. 
Nathaniel Went worth, r.* 



JACKSON. 

Representative to General Court. 

William E. Elkins, d. . . . .... 50 

John B. Hurlin, r 64 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

William E. Elkins, d. James H. Hodge, d. 

Charles H. Hurlin, r.* Henry L. Meserve, d. 

Oscar L. Meserve, r.* George P. Triekey, r* 

Moderator. 

Cyrus E. Gale, d* 
Silas M. Thompson, r. 



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JAFFREY. 

Representative to General Court. 

Derostus P. Emory, d. 166 

Will J. Mower, r 161 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Albert Annett, r* Edward C. Boynton, d. 

George C. Duncan, r* Frederick J. Lawrence, r.* 

Moderator. 
Charles L. Rich, r* 



JEFFERSON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Ethan A. Crawford, Jr., r 140 

George W. Crawford, d. 122 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Charles W. Evans, r. David Remich, d* 

Nathan Ricker, r. Frank R. Sawyer, r. 

Nicholas Tuttle, d* Alonzo Willoughby, d* 

Moderator. 

Albert D. Howe, r. 
Manasah Perkins, d.* 



KEENE.— WARD 1. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Abel W. Baker, d 91 

Daniel C. Howard, r 272 

Joseph Madden, d. .'..... 130 

Adolph W. Pressler, r . . 294 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 255 

KEENE.— WARD 2. 

Bepresentative to General Court. 

William J. Callahan, d 65 

Aaron R. Gleason, r 269 



KEENE.— WARD 3. 

Representative to General Court. 

Oscar P. Applin, d 95 

Alfred T. Batchelder, r 234 



KEENE.— WARD 4. 

Bepresentative to General Court. 

Bertram Ellis, r 185 

Arthur C. Jackson, d. ....... 57 



KEENE.— WARD 5. 

Bepresentative to General Court. 

Daniel W. Barker, r 157 

Patrick J. O'Brien, d 115 



KENSINGTON. 

Bepresentative to General Court. 

Abraham Hilliard, r 

Benjamin G. Moulton, d. 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

in P. Blake, d. Sherman W. Shaw, r* 

phen Brown, Jr., r.* Thomas C. Shaw, d. 

ses W. Evans, d. Will O. Tilton, r* 



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Moderator. 



Joseph N. Austin, d. 
Wilber K. Parker, r.* 



KINGSTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

William A. Bakie, r 209 

James A. Lyford, d 77 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Levi S. Bartlett, r.* John P. Kimball, r* 

Walter S. Bartlett, d. Seth F. Nason, d. 

John H. Gannon, d. Ezra Page, r.* 

Moderator. 

Benjamin F. Fifield, r* 
Richard L. Prescott, d. 



LACONIA.— WARD 1. 

Representative to General Court. 

William J. Morrison, r 58 

David B. Story, d 72 



LACONIA.— WARD 2. 

Stephen S. Jewett, r 197 

James S. Whitten, d 100 



LACONIA.— WARD 3. 

Representative to General Court. 

Joseph M. Folsom, d 90 

Elmer S. Tilton, r 162 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 



257 



LACONIA— WARD 4. 



Representative to General Court. 



James McGloughlin, r, 
Albert E. Sanborn, d. 



187 
140 



LACONIA.— WARD 5. 

Representative to General Court. 

William II. Lamprey, d 

Samuel H. Martin, r 



71 
207 



LACONIA.— WARD 6. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Ransom D. Buzzell, r 304 

Lucian Dow, d 200 

Clarence W. Plummer, r. 387 

Frank P. Webster, d 289 



LANCASTER. 



Representatives to General Court. 



George A. Hartford, r. 
George W. Lane, r. 
James A. Monalian, r. . 
Emmons D. Stockwell, d. 
Edmund Sullivan, d. 
Arthur G. Wilson, d. 



453 
500 
455 
391 
352 
387 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

n M. Carr, d. William II. Slmrtleff, r* 

rick J. Noonan, d. Zeb Twitchell, d. 

les S. Peavey, r* Charles H. Wentworth, r.* 
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Moderator. 
Will P. Buckley, d. and r* 



LANDAFF. 

Representative to General Court. 

Odell A. Wilson, r 47 

James K. P. Young, d 65 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Moses G. Clark, d* Calvin E. Heath, r. 

George A. Elliott, r. Fred P. Noyes, r. 

Russell T. Gordon, d* Kimball W. Noyes, Jr., d* 

Moderator. 

Russell T. Gordon, d. 
John E. Hall, r* 



LANGDON. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Marshall A. Currier, d. Henry Prentiss, r.* 

Charles A. Holden, r.* George H. Royce, r.* 

Charles A. Jeffs, d. Robert H. Wheeler, d. 

Moderator. 

Charles M. Lufkin, d* 
Charles Winch, r. 



LEE. 



Representative to General Court. 

John M. Noble, d 67 

Frank D. Randall, r 101 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 259 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

, True Bartlett, d. George P. James, d. 

eorge A. Dudley, r* Amos E. Piper, r* 

ilman Y. Durgin, d. ' Herbert E. Thompson, r* 

Moderator. 

Loren S. Fernald, r* 
Howard M. Glidden, d. 



LEBANON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Henry M. Day, r 774 

George S Rogers, r 747 

Milton S. Woodman, r. 730 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Charles A. Dole, r* 
Harlan P. Goodrich, r. * 
Chester L. Rix, r.* 

Moderator. 
Harlan P. Goodrich, r* 



LEMPSTER. 

Representative to General Court. 

Arthur L. Benway, d 05 

Bela N. Gordon, r 70 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

ucien C. Booth, d. Charles II. Pitkin, d. 

Herbert S. Hooper, ;.* John F. Wheeler, d. 

ames F. Moore, r* George F. Youugman, 

Moderator. 

Hiram Parker, d. 
William C. Sabine, r* 



* 



260 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

LINCOLN. 

Representative to General Court. 

Harrison P. Gray, d. . 28 

James E. Henry, r 67 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

David A. Dearborn, r* John H. Henry, r.* 

Albert H. Duren, d. Charles A. Hunt, d. 

Ira E. Hanson, d. William E. Pollard, r* 

Moderator. 

Walter E. Burke, ;-.* 
Levi E. Guernsey, d. 



LISBON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Lucien F. Ash, r 334 

Joel Jesseman, d. 144 

Almon E. Parker, r 277 

Edson M. Young, d. 153 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Samuel A. Beane, r* Charles W. Pike, d. 

Silas H. Brigham, d. James E. Richardson, r* 

Jacob Knapp, d. Augustus A. Woolson, r.* 

Moderator. 

Michael M. Stevens, d. 
Augustus A. Woolson, r* 



LITTLETON. 

Representatives to General Court. 

James H. Bailey, d. 336 

William H. Bellows, r 390 

Fred H. English, d. 295 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 261 



John Jefferys,/ 1 ., Nom. Papers 24 

William Kenney, d. ..'... 268 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, r 472 

Frank I. Parker, r , .391 

George E. Walker, p., Nom. Papers 27 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

lalph B. Astle, d. Henry D. Harriman, /., Nom. Pap. 

rank C. Brown,/., Nom. Papers. Newell P. Mudgett, /., Nom. Pap. 
[enry B. Burnham, d. Frank M. Richardson, d. 

[arshall D. Cobleigh, r* Frank Yeniou, r* 

harles A. Farr, r.* 

Moderator. 

Benjamin H. Corning, r.* 
George W. McGregor, d. 



LITCPI FIELD. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

eorge C. Danforth, d. John T. Lydston, d. 

rank H. Holden, ;.* Fred McQnesten, d. 

avid R. Leach, r* Zachariah K. Whittemore, r* 

Moderator. 
John Parker, r.* 



LIVERMORE. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

eorge F. Bell, r. Dominic Provencher, r. 

dward Dexter, r. 

Moderator. 

Joseph S. Marlow, r* 



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LONDONDERRY. 

Representative to General Court. 

Rosecrans W. Pillsbury, r 244 

William Richardson, d. 91 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

William Butterworth, d. Frank E. Robie, r* 

Wallace P. Mack, r* Henry C. Smith, r * 

Robert Plummer, d. Sidney A. Webster, d. 

Moderator. 

Samuel Gilcrist, d. 
Rosecrans W. Pillsbury, r.* 



LOUDON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Jeremiah A. Clough, d. 170 

Hiram W. Moses, r .89 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Jonathan R. Dimond, r. Walter B. Maynard, r. 

Frank M. Johnson, d* Edmund P. Sanborn, d.* 

Caleb D. Marston, d* James S. Tilton, r. 

Moderator. 

William A. Megrath, r. 
Joseph T. Sanborn, d* 



LYMAN. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles E. Elms, d. 66 

Charles E. Woolson, r 72 



CANDIDATES. FOR TOWN OFFICES. 263 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

ichard Dodge, d. William Stevens, r. 

ra A. Dyke, r* Willard A. Stoddard, d. 

niliam H. McAlpine, d* Osman P. Titus, r* 

Moderator. 

Joseph F. Sherman, d* 
William H. Weston, r. 



LYME. 



Representative to General Court. 
David A. Grant, r 141 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

idney A. Converse, r* Bela Sawyer, r* 

ewis S. Derby, / .* 

Moderator. 
Walter H. Dimick, r* 



LYNDEBOROUOII. 

Representative to General Court. 

Harry R. Chase, r 96 

Fred B. Richards, d. 79 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

miiam E. Fiske, r.* Dana P. Hadley, d. 

T\\\ F. Herrick, r* Robert C. Mason, r* 

ana B. Sargent, d. Ethan A. Woodward, d. 

Moderator. 

John C. Carkin, d. 
Alfred L. Curtis, r* 



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MADBURY. 

Representative to General Court. 

James H. Demeritt, r. 

Henry L. Felker, d. . . . 

Supervisors of the Check List. 
Albert D. Emerson, d. Thomas W. Fernald, d 



Willis W. Hoitt, r* 
Alonzo D. Nute, r.* 



Charles S. Kingman, r 
Charles G. Sanders, d. 



62 

38 



Moderator. 

John B. Huckins, r* 
Burton R. Palmer, d. 



MADISON. 

Representative to General Court. 

John H. Burke, r 

Lewis N. Knox, d. ...... 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Lester R. Ambrose, r.* Newell K. Forest, d. 

Edward E. Hoyt, Jr., d. and r.* Augustus Lary, r.* 
Nathaniel M. Mason, d. 



108 
37 



Moderator. 

Langdon M. Atkinson, r.* 
Josiah C. Flanders, d. 



MANCHESTER.— WARD 1. 

Representatives to General Court. 



Joseph B. Baril, r. .... 


. 406 


Richard Fleming, d 


. 174 


John C. Higgins, d 


. 164 


Albert S. Raymond, r 


. 371 


Charles F. Reed, d 


. 236 


Charles D. Sumner, r 


. ' . .368 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 



265 



MANCHESTER.— WARD 2. 

Representatives to General Court. 

James F. Briggs, r 803 

James H. Campbell, d. 186 

John Eaton, d 191 

George E. Heath, r 798 

Albert M. Marr, r 820 

Michael O'Dowd, d 176 



MANCHESTER.- 


-WARD 3. 






Representatives to General Court. 


Harry B. Cilley, r 811 


William Corey, d. . 










384 


Lawrence F. Fox, d. 










293 


Ephraim T. Hardy, d. 










. 314 


Dennis A. Holland, d. 










. 290 


George M. L. Lane, r. 










823 


Cyrus H. Little, r. . 










. 779 


Jesse B. Pattee, r. . 










787 


Henry G. Seaman, r. 










761 


Emil A. Sylvain, r. 










. 723 


George F. Willey, d. 










. 273 


David H. Young, d. 










286 



MANCHESTER.— WARD 4. 

Representatives to General Court. 



Charles H. Bodwell, r. 
Daniel J. Connor, d. 
Patrick Fahey, d. . 
Warren Harvey, r. 
William M. Kendall, d. 
Desire Laneville, r. 
Charles H. Richardson, 
Patrick J. Stewart, d. 
Patrick H. Sullivan, d. 
Ernest B. Yeasey, d. 
John S. Wheeler, r. 
Harrie M. Young, r. 



780 
237 
242 
769 
262 
719 
738 
226 
231 
249 
778 
781 



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MANCHESTER.— WAED 5. 



Representatives to General Court. 

Arthur Allen, d. 

Joseph W. Benner, r. 

William W. Boisvert, r. 

John A. Connolly, d. 

Timothy J. Connors, d. 

Peter J. Giblin, r. . 

Maurice B. Huson, r. 

John T. Kelley, (112 E. Spruce St. 

Edward LeBlanc, r. 

Andrew J. Murray, d. . 

John H. Slater, r. . 

John A. Whalen, d. 



.)d. 



742 

120 

89 

742 



73 
676 
111 
682 
137 
671 



MANCHESTER.- 


-WARD 6. 




Representatives to General Court. 




Herbert S. dough, r 


927 


Edward F. Kean, d. 








521 


Frank H. Libbey, d. 








891 


William H. Martyn, d. . 








511 


Byron E. Moore, r. 








852 


Nelson W. Paige, r. 








867 


Benjamin F. Sleeper, d. 








521 


Moi'se Verrette, d. 








562 


MANCHESTER.- 


-WARD 7. 




Johann A. Graf, r. 


260 


Albert S. Thompson, r. 






232 



MANCHESTER.— WARD 8. 



Representatives to General Court. 

John P. Bartlett, d 

Almon B. Colby, Soc. Lab., Nom. Papers . 
Frank N. Daniels, d 



373 
114 

283 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 



267 



John E. Mannsfeld, Soc. Lab., Nom. Papers . . 114 

Thomas E. McDerby, d 225 

Charles J. Shanessy, Soc. Lab., Nora. Papers . . 114 

James Spence, r 518 

Andrew C. Wallace, r 520 

Henry Weber, r 487 



MANCHESTER.— WARD 9. 



Representatives to General Court 



Herman Greager, r. 
Joseph Lariviere, d. 
John F. Martin, d. . 
Mederiqne R. Maynard, d. 
David J. Nolan, d, 
Horace P. Simpson, r. . 
Odilon G. Trudean, r. . 
Emile H. Tardive], d. . 



327 



372 

384 
351 
373 
332 
365 



Frank P. Wellington, 
Charles O. Whitney, r 



MARLBOROUGH. 

Representative to General Court. 
d 



35 
252 



•les L. Bemis, r* 
ton McRoy, d. 
•ge O. Richardson, 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

Erwin E. Ward, r* 
Frank P. Wellington, d. 
;.* Stillman M. Woods, d. 



Moderator. 

George G. Davis, ;.* 
Thomas H. Mahon, d. 



MARLOW. 



Representative to General Court. 

Rockwell F. Craig, r 

George A. Petts, d 



83 
69 



268 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

William G. Booth, r* Clifford M. Elliott, d. 

Rockwell F. Craig, r.* William S. Gray, d. 

Arthur M. Davis, r.* Alonzo J. Watkins, d. 

Moderator. 

William G. Booth, r* 
Amos E. Rogers, d. 



MASON. 
Representative to General Court. 

Henry B. Hosmer, r 83 

Edgar S. Kennedy, d 31 

Supervisors of th% Check List. 

George A. Adams, d. William O. Robbins, d. 

Charles G. Amsden, d. Charles H. Wheeler, r.* 

Charles A. Elliott, r* Hermon Whitaker, r* 

Moderator. 

Edgar S. Kennedy, d. 
Benjamin F. March, r.* 



MEREDITH. 

Representative to General Court. 

Frederick L. Hawkins, d. . . . . . 185 

Fred H. Smith, r . . .288 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

William H. Brown, d. Nathan G. Plummer, r* 

Dudley Leavitt, r* Edmund Quimby, r* 

Alvin Peavey, d. Edward F. Wiggin, d. 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 269 



Moderator. 



Edwin Cox, d. 
George F. Smith, r 



MERRIMACK. 

Representative to General Court. 

Harrison E. Herrick, d. 165 

James C. F. Hodgman, r 114 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

jph H. Foster, d. William F. Patterson, r* 

rison E. Herrick, r* Lewis J. Read, d. 

her Kittredge, r* John O. Spalding, d. 

Moderator. 

Everett E. Parker, r* 
John G. Read, d. 



MIDDLETON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Asa B. Kelley, d. 42 

Frederick A. Orne, r 40 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

rid E. Burrows, d. Albert,. M. Stevens, d. 

>rge W. Kimball, d. Hiram S. Stevens, r* 

S. Moore, r* Warren H. Whitehouse, r* 

Moderator. 

Jacob H. Cook, d. 
James D. Moore, r.* 



MILAN. 

Representative to General Court. 
James T. Vincent, r. 132 



270 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

Charles E. Fogg, r* Hiram C. Twitchell, 

Elmer B. Roberts, r.* 

Moderator. 

Dennis B. York, r* 



MILFORD. 




Representatives to General Court. 




Fred W. Barnes, d. 


225 


James A. Brahaney, d. 


. 177 


Timothy B. Hill, d. 


. 176 


Charles D. Holt, r. 


. 493 


William R. Howard, r 


. 500 


Arthur L. Keyes, r 


. 542 



Fred B. Bartlett, r* 
James H. Fay, r.* 
Harry A. Joslyn, d. 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

William S. Keith, d. 
George A. Mclntire, 
John T. Murphy, d. 

Moderator. 

Fred W. Barnes, d. 
John McLane, r* 



MILTON. 



Representative to General Court. 



Frank G. Home, r. 
Frank E. Norton, d. 



267 
82 



Supervisors of the Check List. 



George D. Canney, r* 
Timothy Connolly, Jr., d. 
Ira A. Cook, d. 



Elbridge W. Fox, r* 
Nathaniel G. Pinkham, d. 
William T. Wallace, r* 



Moderator. 



Leroy F. Corson, d. 
John U. Simes, r.* 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 271 

MONT VERNON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Willie G. Burnham, d. 81 

Charles H. Raymond, r 54 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

>rge W. Averill, d.* Joseph C. Carlton, r* 

>eph W. Averill, r* Nathaniel F. Hooper, r. 

eph H. Blood, d. Henry H. Trow, d. 

Moderator. 

Clark Campbell, d* 
Stephen W. Ford, r. 



MONROE. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles H. Hosford, r 79 

William H. Bedell, d. 37 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

win C. Emery, r* George I. Moore, r* 

)d H. Gibson, r* 

Moderator. 
Willis S. Smith, r.« 



MOULTONBOROUGH. 

Representative to General Court. 
James E. French, r 225 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

* 
mder Bryant, r* John E. Locke, r* 

gar S. Goss, r* 

Moderator. 

James E. French, r* 



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NASHUA. -WARD 1. 

Representatives to General Court. 

James E. Colburn, r 370 

Benjamin F. Cotton, d. . ' 139 

Charles H. Holden, r 361 

Edwin F. Knight, d. 150 



NASHUA.— WARD 2. 

Representatives to General Court. 

William F. Barnes, d 127 

Barnet C. Buttrick, r 252 

Henry A. Cutter, d 97 

Henry A. Marsh, r 269 



NASHUA.— WARD 3. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Charles W. Cook, r 193 

Joseph F. Garvey, d 207 

Fred P. Hoitt, r 193 

Henri T. Ledoux, d 200 



NASHUA.— WARD 4. 

Representative to General Court. 

Frank L. Kimball, r 139 

Charles H. Morse, d. ' 146 



NASHUA.— WARD 



Representative to General Court. 



John P. Cronin, r 128 

William T. Fitzgerald, d 125 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 273 

NASHUA.— WARD 6. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Willard A. Cummings, r 137 

William H. Greenleaf, r 142 

Charles D. Parker, d 120 

Xenophon D. Tolles, d 106 



NASHUA.— WARD 7. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Jeremiah J. Doyle, d 251 

Nathaniel H. Proctor, d 396 

James Scanlan, r 311 

Willis A. Shedd, r 378 



NASHUA.— WARD 8. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Rowe R. Hooper, r 357 

Louis P. Lucier, d 223 

Edwin A. Rice, d 218 

Albert T. Tyler, r 354 

NASHUA.— WARD 9. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Alphonse Chagnon, r 286 

Bernard Clancy, d. 251 

Louis Cusson, d . 256 

Lotie I. Minard, r 315 



NEW BOSTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Henry Kelso, r 160 

George H. Wilson, d 82 

18 



274 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Moses A. Dane, r.* Fred A. Fuller, d. 

Allen A. Leach, r* Dennis C. Peaslee, d. 

George E. Bobbins, r.* Frank A. Whipple, d. 

Moderator. 

Jesse W. Mudgett, d. 

Charles H. Shedd, r* 



NEWBURY. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Hiram B. Cheney, d 73 

David D. Bowe, r 73 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Nathan B. Bly, d* John D. Folsom, d* 

Benjamin F. Gillingham, d.* Charles H. Gillingham, r. 

Archie O. Gove, r. Charles A. Snow, r. 

Moderator. 



Nathan S. Johnson, r. 
Clarence L. Perkins, d.* 



NEWCASTLE. 

Representative to General Court. 

Albert H. Bickford, r 70 

Oliver V. Randall, d 79 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Simeon C. Flanders, d. Conrad Push, r.* 

Charles C. Tarleton, d. Judson M. Trefethan, d. 

Webster G. White, r.* John E. Yeaton, r.* 

Moderator. 

Willard M. Jenness, d. 
James M. Meloon, r* 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 275 

NEW DURHAM. 

Representative to General Court. 

Henry E. Chamberlin, r 82 

Albinus B. Tebbetts, d. 76 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

>nzo G. Coburn, d* George L. Hayes, d* 

nes A. Lowell, d* Charles II. Ricker, r. 

)rge F. Rohan, r. Moses L. Wentworth, r. 

Moderator. 

Horatio G. Chamberlin, d.* 
Edward E. Rice, r. 



NEWFIELDS. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles E. Durell, r. 117 

Luther C. Reynolds, d 50 

Supervisors of the Check List. 
fford S. Dixon, d. George S. Littlefield, »\* 

irles E. Lyons, d. Daniel G. Neal, r.* 

>rge W. Pease, d. Charles H. Sanborn, r* 

Moderator. 

Charles F. Pease, d. 
Charles E. Smith, r* 



NEW HAMPTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Frank P. Morrill, r 123 

Joseph C. Tilton, d 143 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

mel J. Clay, d. Charles W. Coolidge, d. 

irles E. Dickerman, ;\* Lucian J. Harper, r.* 

mel A. Howard, r. Frank D. Sanborn, d* 



276 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Moderator. 



Lewis P. Bickford, 
George Brown, d. 



NEWINGTON. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

William T. Brown, d. Charles A. Dame, r* 

Harry de Rochmont, r. Joseph H. Hoyt, r. 

Stillman A. Packard, <£* James B. Pickering, d* 

Moderator. 

Valentine M. Coleman, d* 
Benjamin 8. Hoyt, r. 



NEW IPSWICH. 

Representative to General Court. 
William R. Thompson, d. and r 88 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Moses M. Balch, d. Frederick W. Jones, d. and r.* 

Charles L. Tarbell, r* Joseph A. Wheeler, r* 

Henry A. Willard, d. 

Moderator. 

Edwin F. Blanchard, d. 
Francis W. Prichard, r* 



NEW LONDON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Edwin P. Burpee, r 148 

Willie M. Knowlton, d 57 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 277 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

el F. Boynton, r* Frank O. Dow, d. 

lliam A. Messer, r* Charles E. Shepard, d. 

nk M. Stanley, d. Jacob H. Todd, r* 

Moderator. 

John K. Law, r* 
Andrew J. Sargent, d. 



NELSON. 
Supervisors of the Check List. 

Albert Davis, r.* John H. Osgood, r.* 

Wilmer C. Tolman, r* 

Moderator. 
Eben C. Tolman, r* 



NEWMARKET 



Representatives to General Court. 



John H. Griffin, r. . 
Irving W. Norton, d. 
Frank E. Page, d. . 
Alvah H. Place, r. . 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

ier H. Auger, r* Harrison G. Barley, d. 

orge F. Hogan, d. Albert T. Stackpole, d. 

aert E. Stevens, r* Freeman E. Tuttle, r* 

Moderator. 

Samuel H. Greene, r.* 
Charles E. Tasker, d. 



319 

101 
213 
272 



278 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



NEWPORT. 

Representatives to General Court. 

James F. Beirne, d. 133 

George R. Brown, d. 129 

Elisha H. Carr, r 477 

Henry Tubbs, r 456 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Alexander Bregell, d. Dimick B. Cutting, d. 

George C. Edes, d. James C. Grandy, r* 

Charles H. Matthews, ;-.* William H. Nourse, r.* 



Moderate) 



Patrick Beirne, d. 
John B. Cooper, r.* 



NEWTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Ned F. Nichols, d. 96 

Nathaniel G. Whidden, r .182 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

William W. Boswell, r* Samuel W. Crafts, d. 

John E. Hayford, d. Edwin G. Kelley, r* 

Elmer E. Kimball, r* Enoch Seavey, d. 

Moderator. 

Frank B. Currier, d. 
A. Judson Sawyer, r.* 



NORTH FIELD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Daniel E. Hill, r 143 

Ned Dearborn, d. 68 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 279 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

lliam C. Hill, r* Frank Peverley, r* 

John S. Sargent, ;-.* 

Moderator. 
Otis C. Wyatt, r,* 



NORTH HAMPTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

George L. Garland, r 123 

Lewis K. H. Lane, d. 94 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

orge A. Boynton, r* George D. Brown, d. 

mcis R. Drake, r* John S. Hobbs, d. 

ion O. Lamprey, d. Morris H. Smith, r* 

Moderator. 

Otis S. Brown, d. 
Levi W. Fogg, r* 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 

Representative to General Court. 

Frank G. McKellips, r. ...... 229 

Frank F. Warren, d. 149 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

arles E. Bellows, r.* Walter C. Hamilton, r* 

nes B. McFarland, d. Frank N. Piper, r* 

ison A. Potter, d. Dennis A. Purtle, d. 

Moderator. 

William Hayes, d. 
George W. McKellips, r* 



280 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

NORTHWOOD. 

Representative to Geiteral Cowt. 
Charles A. Brickett, r 181 



Fred R. Caswell, d. 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

James A. Bickforcl, r* Elbridge G. Boody, r* 

Henry A. Cilley, d. Joseph H. Roderick, r.* 

Herbert C. Towle, d. Leroy W. Woodman, d. 

Moderator. 

Orrin M. James, d* 
Samuel D. James, r. 



NOTTINGHAM. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charlie C. Holmes, d 73 

William F. Watson, r 163 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Nathan G. Cilley, r * Daniel C. Fernald, d. 

James H. Kelsey, 2d, r* George H. Leighton, d. 

Harrison Marsh, ;\* Harrison W. Tattle, d. 

Moderator. 

Perley B. Batchelder, d. 
William F. Holmes, r.* 



ORFORD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Edwin C. Franklin, r 114 

John S. Weeks, d 43 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Robert O. Carr, d. Samuel N. Lamprey, d. 

Ernest W. Cushman, r* John S. Weeks, d. 

Edwin C. Franklin, r* Isaac Willard, r.* 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 281 



Moderatot 



William A. Cushman, d. 
Samuel E. Morrison, r.* 



ORANGE. 

Representative to General Coitrt. 

John H. French, d 22 

Benjamin F. Terrill, r. . 14 

Dennis L. Bryant, 19 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

ber C. Dimond, r. Eugene M. Haskell, ;-.* 

ie D. Folsom, d. James F. King, d* 

rles A. Ford, r. Charles A. McCornell, d* 

Moderator. 

Jonas J. Adams, r* 
Alfred A. Stevens, d. 



OSSIPEE. 

Representative to General Court. 

Dana J. Brown, d ' . . . .279 

Albert W. Leighton, r 160 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

a H. Brown, d* Ingliss L. Pineo, d.* 

3rt W. Leighton, r. Charles L. Sanders, r. 

iam H. Lord, d* Jeremiah C. Welch, r. 

Moderator. 

Albert B. Lamper, r. 
George P. Wiggin, d* 



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PELHAM. 

Representative to General Court. 

George C. Jackman, d. 101 

Orlando W. Spaulding, r 100 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Frederick A. Cutter, r. Isaac C. Marshall, d. 

Gage A. Fox, r.* Daniel M. Webster, r.* 

Ezekiel C. Gage, d. Frank M. Woodbury, d.* 

Moderator. 

Daniel N. Atwood, d. 
George S. Butler, r.* 



PETERBOROUGH. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Forrest G. Field, r 283 

Silas M. Smith, r 300 

Eldro Upton, d. 201 

Charles H. Weeks, d Ill 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

John Cragin, d. Fred K. Longley, d. 

Eben W. Jones, r* Arthur H. Miller, r* 

George M. Kettelle, d. Charles S. Pierce, r.* 

Moderator. 

Mortier L. Morrison, r* 
Thomas B. Tucker, d. 



PIERMONT. 

Representative to General Court. 

Abram D. Ford, r 73 

Lewis E. Risley, d. 31 

Georsre H. Reneau, ind. 62 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 283 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

on Barton, d. Charles F. Morrill, d. 

nk E. Ladeau, r* John F. Simpson, r* 

n P. Metcalf, r* Orlo B. Stanley, d. 

Moderator. 

Eleazer P. Andross, r.* 
Isaac P. Reneau, d. 



PITTSBURG. 

Representative to General Court. 

Frederick H. Washburn, r 98 

Fred F. Hawes, d. 26 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Augustus Blanchard, r.* Willie E. Johnson, r.* 

d E. Hawes, d. Alonzo O. Judd, d. 

les E. Hilliard, d. Abraham L. Washburn, r.* 

Moderator. 

Charles I. Brainard, d. 
Edwin A. Schoff, r* 



PITTSFIELD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Newman Durell, r, 326 

Victor A. Grant, d 252 

Walter E. Joy, d. • 281 

John S. Rand, r 294 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

jamin T. Blaisdell, d. James H. Thompson, d. 

)halet W. French, d* Benjamin M. Tilton, r.* 

rett Jenkins, r.* William W. Walker, r. 



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Moderator. 



Alburn L. Page, r* 
Edward K. Webster, d. 



PEMBROKE. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Almon F. Burbank, r 297 

Walter E. Colby, d 174 

George E. Gordon, r 336 

George E. Miller, r 362 

Joseph Monger, ind. Nom. Papers 82 

John H. Rainville, d 214 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Levi L. Aldrich, r* Thomas P. Holt, r.* 

Joseph Fleury, d. Fred S. Pettingill, d. 

Edward M. Fowler, d. Benjamin F. Worcester, r.* 

Moderator. 

Charles P. Morse, r.* 
Isaac G. Russ, d. 



PLAUSTFIELD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Elbridge G. Beers, r 149 

Samuel R. Sanborn, d. 114 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Josiah Davis, d. Fred Moulton, d. 

Henry C. Farnum, r.* Wallace P. Thrasher, d. 

AVilliam Hall, r.* Frank W. True, r* 

Moderator. 

Elbridge G. Beers, r.* 
Wallace P. Thrasher, d. 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 285 



PLAISTOW. 

Representative to General Cozirt. 

Arthur E. Hoyt, r 154 

Arthur W. Sawyer, d 72 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

)rge L. Baker, r.* Frank J. Payne, d. 

nes M. Davis, r.* Ivory E. Tuttle, d. 

en M. Gosselin, d. John S. York, r.* 

Moderator. 

Wallace Keezer, d. 
John 11. Noyes, r* 



PLYMOUTH. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Timothy E. Bayley, d. 133 

Henry C. Currier, r 282 

Walter W. Mason, r 281 

Henry W. Rogers, d. 152 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

orge H. Adams, r* Frank C. Calley, r* 

»ses A. Batchelder, d. Erastus B. Dearborn, ;-.* 

bert Burns, d. Frank H. Rollins, d. 

Moderator. ' 

Alvin Burleigh, r.* 
Alvin F. Wentworth, d. 



PORTSMOUTH.— WARD 1. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Robert H. Hall, d. 223 

William E. Pierce, r 388 

Charles E. Rand, d. 227 

George B. Wallace, r. . 378 



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PORTSMOUTH.— WARD 2. 



Representatives to General Court. 




Herbert B. Dow, r. 


. 501 


Herbert A. Maiden, d. 


. 187 


William H. Marshall, d. 


. 198 


John Pender, r 


. 477 


Horace W. Waldron, d. 


. 203 


Harry B. Yeaton, r 


. 482 



PORTSMOUTH.— WARD 3. 



Representative to Getieral Court. 



Thomas E. Mitchell, d. 
William Sladen, r. 



142 
214 



PORTSMOUTH.— WARD 4. 

Representative to General Court. 



Charles W. Coleman, r, 
Albert B. Trefethen, d. 



168 
163 



PORTSMOUTH.— WARD 5. 

Representative to General Court. 

Michael J. Griffin, d. 

George W. Pollard, r 



208 
129 



RANDOLPH. 



Supervisors of the Check List. 



John H. Boothman, r.* 
William H. Howker, d. 
Charles E. Hunt, ;.* 



Joel E. Leighton, d. 
James Maloney, d. 
Frank F. Reed, r* 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 287 



Moderator. 



Charles E. Lowe, r.* 
Francis C. Wood, d. 



RAYMOND. 

Representative to General Court. 

George H. Guptill, d 194 

Forrest E. Page, r. 174 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

ldrew R. Batclielder, d. Sherburne Gove, r.* 

iorge L. Corson, r.* Ben F. Poore, d. 

ImanE. Gile, d. Andrew C. Smith, r* 

Moderator. 

John B. Brown, r. 
Wesley Poore, d* 



RICHMOND. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

miel B. Aldrich, r* Danford W. Martin, r.* 

^a H. Bullock, d. Theodore C. Parker, d. 

bert H. Martin, d.* Charles F. Pickering, r* 

Moderator. 

Asa H. Bullock, d. 
Leason Martin, r.'* 



RINDGE. 



Representative to General Court. 



Clarence E. Towne, r 142 

Henry W. Wellington, d 55 



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Supervisors of the Check List. 

Elijah Bemis, r.* James E. Carr, d. 

Ulric A. Converse, d. Elmer D. G-oddard, r* 

Willard G-. Jones, d. Arthur E. Taggart, r* 

Moderator. 

Ned Thrasher, d. 
Joel Wellington, r# * 



EOCHESTER.— WARD 1. 

Representative to General Court. 
John I. Rankin, r 196 



ROCHESTER.— WARD 2. 



Representative to General Court. 



George V. Severance, r. 169 

Charles E. Valley, d ' . , 63 



ROCHESTER.— WARD 3. 

Representative to General Court. 
John E. Meader, r 191 



ROCHESTER.— WARD 4. 

Representative to General Court. 

Aurelle Beaudoin, d 159 

Edward L. Miles, r. and Nat. d. Nom. Papers . . 160 



ROCHESTER.— WARD 5. 

Representative to General Cotirt. 
Charles W. Gerrish, r 175 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 289 

ROCHESTER.— WARD 6. 
Representative to General Court. 

Eugene C. Foss, d. 87 

Joseph E. Nichols, pro. Nom. Papers .... 26 
Osman B. Warren, r 244 



ROLL1NSFORD. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Daniel Doherty, d. 145 

Philibert E. Pelletier, d 152 

Fred Pluraer, r 179 

Edwin A. Stevens, r 203 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

r illiam H. Aspinwall, r.* Michael D. Bingham, d. 

avid H. Caron, d. Pardon N. Dexter, r* 

lfred F. Ouillette, r* James P. Willey, d. 

Moderator. 

Thomas F. Hodsdon, r.* 
George W. Nutter, d. 



ROXBURY. 

Representative to General Court. 
Charles W. Buckminster, r. 17 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

lmon A. Davis, r* David B. Nims, r.* 

Richard C. Smith, r* 

Moderator. 

Almon A. Davis, r* 
19 



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RUMNEY. 

Representative to General Court. 

' Henry W. Herbert, d 125 

Henry B. Stevens, r 117 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

John L. Emerton, d. Frank W. Fellows, r* 

George D. Keniston, d. William S. Learned, r* 

William F. Ray, d. Oliver E. Simpson, r* 

Moderator. 

Charles A. Holden, r. 
Charles C. Smart, d.* 



RYE. 



Representative to General Court. 

Charles A. Drake, r 140 

William J. Walker, d 121 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

John W. Jenness, r. Erven W. Marden, d.* 

John T. Marden, r* Charles M. Remick, d. 

Charles A. Walker, d . William C. Walker, r.» 

Moderator. 

David Jenness, d. 
Charles S. Whidden, r* 



SALEM. 

Representatives to General Court. 

James Ewins, r 195 

Charles F. Kimball, d -205 

Forrest M. Martin, r 175 

Fred O. Wheeler, d 170 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 291 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Daniel A. Abbott, r* Loren E. Bailey, r* 

William J. Barteaux, r* George W. Palmer, d. 

3-eorge A. Pattee, d. Charles S. Woodbury, d. 

Moderator. 

Frank D. Davis, d* 
Benjamin R. Wheeler, r. 



SALISBURY. 

Representative to General Court. 

Andrew H. Parsons, r 144 

Charles P. Sanborn, d 74 

Supervisors of the Chech List. 

jeorge E. Fellows, d. Enoch T. Harvey, d. 

urtis D. Holmes, r* Charles C. Rogers, d. 

Frederick C. Shaw, r.* George P. Titcomb, r# 

Moderator. 



John Shaw, d. and r. 



SANBORNTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

James Chesley, d 62 

Cyrus Swain, r 184 

Supervisors of the Chech List. 

J'rank C. Bailey, r* Isaac B. Hoyt, r.* 

tichardson D. Johnson, d. Isaac G. Sanborn, r* 

John Y. Sanborn, d. Charles C. Woodman, d. 

Moderator. 

Freeman D. Gilman, d, 
Orrin D. Huse, r* 



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SANDOWN. 

Representative to General Court. 

John F. Bartlett, d 28 

George S. Sanborn, r 75 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

George M. Griffin, r. James E. Hoyt, d. 

George B. M. Jackson, d. Everett W. Kimball, r* 

Charles H. Knights, r.* Alva S. Sanborn, d* 

Moderator. 

Fred I, Drowne, r* 
John D. Kelley, d. 



SANDWICH. 

Representative to Genera/ Court. 

Henry F. Dorr, d 186 

Alonzo McCrillis, r 164 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Frank L. Atwood, d. Roswell S. Batchelder, d. 

William L. Chase, d. James L. Marston, r.* 

A. Birnay Tasker, r.* Daniel S. Watson, r* 

Moderator. 

Charles B. Hoyt, r* 
Paul Wentworth, d. 



SEABROOK. 

Representative to General Court. 

Lowell Boyd, d 123 

Frank E. Locke, Ind. r., Norn. Papers . . . 150 
John W. Locke, r 105 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 293 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Villiam T. Buswell, r* Isaac Charles, r.* 

ibram W. Perkins, d. Wallace I. Randall, d. 

harles O. Sanborn, r* James L. Walton, d. 

Moderator. 

Emery N. Eaton, r* 
John M. Weare, d. 



SHARON. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Tred F. Bass, d* Albert C. Green, d* 

Peter J. Wilson, d* 

Moderator. 
James Green, d.* 



SHELBURNE. 

Representative to Genera/ Court. 
Wesley W. Wheeler, r 45 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Brainard C. Burbank, r.* Charles C. Hebbard, r.* 

Henry E. Ingalls, r.* 

Moderator. 
John B. Head, r* 



SOMERSWORTH.— WARD 1. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles F. Blake, d 113 

David R. Pierce, r 119 



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SOMERSWORTH.— WARD 2. 

Representative to General Court. 

Albert Gaudette, d 8( 

Fred Weisner, r 15c 



SOMERSWORTH.— WARD 3. 

Representative to General Court. 

Napoleon H. Gilbert, d 139 

Edward J. Perusse, r 100 



SOMERSWORTH.— WARD 4. 

Representative to General Court. 

William J. Hickey, r 78 

Michael O'Malley, d 116 



SOMERSWORTH.— WARD 5. 

Representative to General Court. 

James A. Kearns, d 76 

Edwin F. Richmond, r 19 



SOUTH HAMPTON. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

James H. Floyd, d. Frederick M. Merrill, d. 

George B. Palmer, r\* Smith 1ST. Welch, r.* 

Samuel T. Woodman, r.* Warren A. Woodman, d. 

Moderator. 

Benjamin R. Jewell, r.* 
Joseph J. J. Sawyer, d. 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 295 



SPRINGFIELD. 



Representative to General Court. 

Orin F. Hill, r 84 

Edgar A. Washburn, d. 23 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

ohn F. Bailey, r.* David P. Goodhue, d. 

3-eorge II. Morgan, d. Daniel H. Peaslee, d. 

Varren C. Philbrick, r* Burton E. Sanborn, r* 

Moderator. 

Moses O. Boyce, d. 
Orin F. Hill, r* 



STARK. 

Representative to General Court. 

Ephraim R. Forbush, r 67 

John Roberts, d 73 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

rappan D. Blake, r.* Charles A. Cole, d.* 

rames W. Hickey, d. Joseph Montgomery, r* 

Charles S. Page, r. Adonno A. Potter, d. 

Moderator. 

Alexander G. McNeill, r. 
William T. Pike, d* 



STEWARTSTOWN. 

Malona Kidder, d 71 

Peiiey Knapp, r 161 



296 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Wheatley B. Cook, r * Alden Fletcher, d. 

Charles A. Heath, r.* John G. Hurlbutt, d. 

Fred H. Noyes, r* John M. Phillips, d. 

• 
Moderator. 

Mason D. Flanders, r. 
Andrew J. Jordan, d.* 



STODDARD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles H. Merrill, d 63 

Henry E. Messinger, r 42 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Rodney J. Brown, r. William H. Chapin, r,* 

Cummings B. McClure, d.* Henry E. Spaulding, r. 

Oliver G. Taylor, d. Joel F. Whittemore, d* 

Moderator. 

Cummings B. McClure, d.* 
George W. Ruland, r. 



STRAFFORD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Dana B. Berry, r . . . 125 

Frank H. Hall, d 201 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Irving R. Berry, r* Oscar E. Howard, d. 

Smith W. Caswell, d* Clarence E. Parsons, d. 

George E. Foss, r. Elmer A. Scrihner, r.* 

Moderator. 

Horace W. Evans, d.* 
Charles F. Felker, r. 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 297 

STRATHAM. 

Representative to General Court. 

Joseph G. Barnard, d 70 

Joseph C. A. Wingate, r 95 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

ohn S. Brewster, d. John J. Smart, d. 

Tillard G. Parkman, r.* Gilbert A. Thompson, r* 

ohn S. Scammon, d. Charles E. Wiggin, r* 

Moderator. 

Isaiah W. Tuttle, d. 
Joseph C. A. Wingate, r.* 



STRATFORD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Joseph T. Connary, d 70 

William R. Danforth, r 129 

William H. Kimball, cZ., Norn. Papers ... 4 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

3seph T. Connary, d.* Benjamin B. Ockington, d. 

red L. Kenney, r* John C. Pattee, d* 

arvin R. Magoon, r. David O. Rowell, r. 

Moderator. 

Alvin G. French, r. 
Havilah B. Hinman, d* 



SULLIVAN. 

Representative to General Court. 
Henry W. Hubbard, r. 48 



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Sup>ervisors of the Check List. 

Charles F. Jewett, r.* Addison N. Wilder, r* 

Almon P. Tyler, r.* 

Moderator. 
Lyman Davis, r* 



SUNAPEE. 

Representative to General Court. 

John Z. Bartlett, r 123 

Willis W. Trow, d 103 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

George E. Gardner, d. Irving G. Rowell, r* 

Frank O. Holmes, d. Alvin A. Young, r* 

Martin D. Muzzey, r.* Frederick A. Young, d. 

Moderator. 

George H. Bartlett, r* 
Charles A. Knowlton, d. 



SURRY. 

Representative to General Court. 

Mason A. Carpenter, r. 30 

Frederick R. Crain, d. 24 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Charles H. Britton, r* John H. Rogers, r.* 

Archie G. Wilder, r* 

Moderator. 
George K. Harvey, r.* 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 299 



SUTTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

John H. Keyser, r. . 140 

George C. Pillsbury, d 73 

•Superz'isors of the Check List. 

Iiraim Bean, d. Moses L. Pillsbury, d. 

win B. Lear, r* James B. Sawyer, ;-.* 

win A. Maston, d. George G. Wells, r* 

Moderator. 



John F. Emery, d. 
John M. Pressey, : 



SWANZEY. 

Representative to General Court. 

George O. Capron, d. 88 

James M. Ramsdell, r 235 

Supervisors of the Clieck List. 

burn J. Day, r.* John B. Porter, d. 

ink S. Faulkner, d. Obadiah Sprague, d. 

Iter E. Marsh, r* Lyman M. Stone, ;.* 

Moderator. 

Norris C. Carter, r* 
George E. Whitcomb, d. 



TAMWOETH. 

Representative to General Court; 

John D. Hidden, r. 184 

Charles F. Huckins, d. 94 



300 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Henry T. Hodgkins, d. Martin L. Schenck, r* 

Alonzo Nickerson, d. Elbridge G. Tilton, r.* 

George E. Nickerson, r* John A. Tilton, d. 

Moderator. 

Archie Nickerson, d. 
Edward S. Pollard, r* 



TEMPLE. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Nathan A. Brown, r.* Walter Heald, d. 

James M. Cutter, d. Jacob Kendall, r.* 

William S. Derbeshire, d. Charles E. Rockwood, r. 

Moderator. 

William P. Bacon, r* 
Herbert O. Hadley, d. 



THORNTON. 

George W. Fifleld, r 66 

John F. Merrill, d 96 

Suiiervisors of the Check List. 

Marshall A. Bowles, r* George W. Hackett, d. 

Rufus M. Cook, r.* John Johnson, d. 

Cyrus W. Drew, r.* Henry D. Lyford, d. 

Moderator. 

Alburn H. Kendall, r. 
Arthur C. Moulton, d* 



TILTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Edwin G. Morrison, r 295 

Frank S. Tilton, d 132 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 301 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

ucien F. Batchelder, r* George F. Leavitt, d. 

ank R. Bucklin, d. Ford T. Sanborn, d. 

Ifred M. Foss, r* Charles H. Smith, r* 

Moderator. 

Arthur T. Cass, r* 
Lewis A. Hoitt, d. 



TROY. 

Representative to General Court. 

AlvaS. Clark, r 116 

George VV. Mason, d 33 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

rnest W. Dow, d. Alberto L. Handy, d. 

[arry E. Gates, r.* James L. Stanley, r.* 

ohn N. Grimes, cZ. Melvin T. Stone, r* 

Moderator. 

Edward P. Kimball, d. 
Franklin Ripley, r* 



TUFTON BOROUGH. 

Representative to General Court. 

Franklin L. Hersey, d 84 

Jacob Hodgdon, r. 126 

Supervisors of t lie Check List. 

ester Adjutant, d. Daniel Libbey, r.* 

ewis N. Frisbie, r* Isaac N. Neal, d. 

eorge M. Ladd, r.* Andrew K. Roberts, d. 

Moderator. 

James A. Bennett, d. 
Robert Lamprey, r* 



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UNITY. 

Representative to General Court. 

George H. Jacobs, d 79 

Granville W. Morgan, r 84 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Frank A. Gould, r. Norris Lufkin, d.* 

Henry J. Hurd, d* Norman A. Smith, r. 

Hiram N. Johnson, r. Clarence J. Weed, d.* 

Moderator. 

Charles A. Newton, r.* 
Homer F. Wright, d. 



WAKEFIELD. 

Representative to General Court. 

Luther P. Wiggin, r 202 

John D. Willey, d 174 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Moses E. Brown, d. Freeman D. Pike, r* 

John F. Garland, d. Llewellyn G. Waldron, r.* 

Charles W. Page, r* Alonzo Went worth, d. 

Moderator. 

William W. Berry, r. 
John W. Sanborn, d* 



WALPOLE. 

Representative to General Court. 

Charles H. Barnes, r . 245 

James Barrett, d 289 

William J. King, r 258 

John W. Prentiss, d. 280 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 303 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

ames H. Brown, d.* Russell G. Graves, d* 

harles S. Burt, r. John Healy, r. 

[attliew H. Gorham, d* George C. Wright, r. 

Moderator. 

Josiah G. Bellows, r. 
Curtis R. Crowell, d* 



WARNER. 

Representative to General Court. 

Ai Bartlett, pro 2 

Benjamin F. Heath, r 231 

Sam K. Paige, d 154 

George N. Goodwin, s. r 9 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

avid S. Burbank, s. r. Iddo Z. Morrison, .s. r. 

ohn R. Cogswell, d. Charles 1). Morse, d. 

ason M. Fisher, s. r. John B. Band, r.* 

ohn P. Hill, v.* Arthur Thompson, r.* 
rank W. Johnson, d. 

Moderator. 

Henry C. Davis, r* 
Walter P. Melvin, d. 
Frank A. Sargent, s. r. 



WARREN. 

Representative to General Court. 

Frank C. Clement, d 122 

George H. L. Head, r 99 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

William F. Gale, d* Charles A. Upton, c7.* 

enry N. Merrill, r, Fred N. Upton, r* 

harles I. Swain, r. Henry D. Whitcher, d* 



304 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Moderator. 

Alonzo F. Bartlett, d* 
Henry L. Cotton, r. 



WASHINGTON. 

Representative to General Court. 

Sumner N. Ball, r 76 

Irani F. Woods, d 84 

Supervisors of tJie Check List. 

George W. Carr, d* Allen Follansbee, d.* 

George C. Crain, r. Frank E. Lull, d* 

Charles W. J. Fletcher, r. Albert T. Wright, r. 

Moderator. 

Frank P. Newman, d.* 
Wakeman J. Powers, r. 



WATERYILLE. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

William C. Ripley, r.* Charles Chase, r, 

Levi Dolloff, r* 

Moderator. 

Levi Dolloff, r* 



WEARE. 

Representative to General Court. 

John W. Hanson, r 231 

George G. Kendrick, d. 175 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Granville H. Bixby, r* William W. Eastman, of. 

Edgar C. Breed, r.* John P. Melvin, d. 

Horace O. Chase, d. Almon L. Sleeper, r.* 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 305 



Moderator. 



Warren L. Collins, rJ 
Eben L. Raise, d. 



WEBSTER. 

Representative to General Court. 

Roger E. Foster, r 89 

Milton J. Walker, d 62 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

delbert H. Cross, r.* Gilman Jones, r.* 

larence T. Elliott, r* Frank W. Rolfe, d. 

rthnr E. French, d. George S. Scribner, d. 

Moderator. 

James L. Colby, r.* 
Thomas J. Courser, d. 



WE NT WORTH. 

Representative to General Court. 

Isaac S. Crosby, r. . . 73 

John B. Foster, d 99 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

eorge W. Boyd, r. Thomas Huckins,"c?.* 

>seph S. Breck, d* John W. Lyon, d* 

larles T. Gove, r. Hiram D. Morey, r. 

Moderator. 

John B. Foster, d* 
Hiram D. Morey, r. 



WENTWORTH'S LOCATION. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

rchie C. Bennett, d.* Henry W. Bennett, d* 

mnie B. Dennett, d* 

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306 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Moderator. 
Benjamin H. Flint, d* 



WESTMORELAND. 

t 

Representative to General Court. 

George J. Bennett, d 69 

Fred E. Cole, r 129 



Supervisors of the Check List. 

Frank E. Aldrich, r* Joseph E. Fuller, r.* 

Jewett E. Buffam, d. Warren W. Shelley, r* 

Carroll F. Capron, d. Oscar J. Ware, d. 

Moderator. 

Clement L. Mansfield, d. 
George R. Perry, r.* 



WHITEFIELD. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Frank D. Bell, r 241 

Benjamin C. Garland, d 172 

Henry M. Leonard, d 206 

Charles F. Noyes, r 247 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

William F. Aldrich, d. Perrin T. Kellogg, d. 

Edward O. Colby, r* Herbert L. Robinson, d. 

George L. Crockett, r* Elbridge W. Snow, r* 

Moderator. 

Mitchell H. Bowker, r.* 
Benjamin F. Currier, d. 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 307 

WILMOT. 

Representative to General Court. 

Sumner J. Clay, r. 101 

Samuel C. Waldron, d 102 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Vilfred J. Currier, r.* John Murphy, r.* 

Jeorge A. Durgin, 1st, r.* Samuel C. Waldron, d. 

Curtis Langley, d. Charles F. Wilson, d. 

Moderator. 

Charles W. Pierce, d. 
George B. Tewkshury, /-.* 



WILTON. 

Representatives to General Court. 

George E. Bales, d. 227 

Starr B. Center, d 228 

Sumner B. Chandler, r 168 

Samuel F. Hurry, r 141 

Supervisors of the Cheek List. 

'harles W. Edwards, r. Eugene F. Kennedy, d* 

Idwin A. French, d* Henry H. Livermore, r. 

ohn R. Hickey, d* Frank E. Proctor, r. 

Moderator. 

George E. Bales, d* 
John Gage, r. 



WINDSOR. 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Libert J. Gray, d* Jason D. Wheeler, d* 

lelvin Temple, d* 



308 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Moderator. 
Joseph K. Nelson, d* 



WINCHESTER. 

Representatives to General Court. 

Andrew J. Hills, r 358 

John P. Nutting, r 357 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

Thomas G. Emerson, r.* Henry H. Pratt, r* 

William E. Hutchins, r* 

Moderator. 

George W. Pierce, r* 



WINDHAM. 

Representative to General Court. 
Horace Berry, r . . .113 

Supervisors of the Check List. 

William D. Cochran, r* Charles O. Parker, r* 

Albert W. Farmer, r* 

Moderator. 

Horace Berry, r.* 



WOODSTOCK. 

Supervisors of tJic Check List. 

Lewis H. Bagley, d. Almus B. Sawyer, d. 

Benjamin B. Fox, r* Lucien Smith, d. 

Fred J. Howland, r.* Thomas L. Stewart, r.* 

Moderator. 

Frank W. Sellingham, r* 
Elmer E. Woodbury, d. 



CANDIDATES FOR TOWN OFFICES. 



309 



WOLFEBOEOUGH. 



Bepresentativea to General Court. 

George A. Carpenter, r. 
Greenleaf B. Clark, d. . 
Augustine A. Fullerton, d. . 
Frank B. Kenney, /., Nom. Papers 
Samuel Leavitt, /., Nora. Papers 
Joseph Lewando, r. 
Benjamin F. Parker,/., Nora. Papers 
Walter A. Sherburne, d. 
James Stevenson, r. 



394 

150 

116 

15 

24 

421 

18 

139 

416 



Supervisors of the Check List. 



)avid A. Blake, d. 
Libert W. Cotton, d. 
/harles C. Thompson, 



Thomas L. Thurston, 
Edwin L. Tibbetts, d. 
Elmer I. Wigffin, ;-.* 



Moderator. 
Fred S. Libbey, r 



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STATE GOVERNMENT, 1897-'98. 



GOVEENOE, 



George A. Ramsdell, r., Nashua. January, 1897, to January, 1899. 
Salary, $2,000. Term, two years. 

COUNCIL. 

Term, two years, January, 1897, to January, 1899. 

First District. — Joseph O. Hobbs, r., North Hampton. 
Second District. — Allen N. Clapp, r., Manchester. 
Third District. — George W. Cummings, r., Francestown. 
Fourth District. — Walter S. Davis, r., Hopkinton. 
Fifth District. — Charles F. Piper, r., Wolfeborough. 

SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Elected by the Legislature. Term, two years. 
Ezra S. Stearns, r., Rindge. January, 1891, to January, 1899. Sal- 
ary, $800 and fees. 

DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Appointed by the Secretary of State. Term, not limited. 
Samuel H. Stearns, r., Concord. Appointed, August 20, 1892. Sal- 
ary, $1,200. 

STATE TREASURER. 

Elected by the Legislature. Term, two years. 
Solon A. Carter, r., Concord. July 1, 1872, to January, 1899 (except 
1874). Salary, $1,800. 

DEPUTY STATE TREASURER. 

Appointed by the State Treasurer. Term not limited. 
Hiram F. Gerrish, r., Concord. Appointed June 15, 1891. Salary, 

$1,200. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 311 

ADJUTANT-GENERAL. 

Appointed by the Governor. Term, two years. 
Augustus D. Ayling, r., Concord. July 15, 1879, to January, 1899. 
Salary, $1,000. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, two years. 

Fred Gowing, r., Nashua, February 21, 1893, to February 21, 1897. 
Salary, $2,500. 

EDITOR AND COMPILER OF EARLY PROVINCE AND STATE PAPERS. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term not limited. 
Albert S. Batchellor, d., Littleton. Appointed October 9, 1890. 

PUBLIC PRINTER. 

Elected by the Legislature. Term, two years. 
Arthur E. Clarke, r., Manchester, January, 1S97, to January, 1S99. 

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, three years. 
John C. Linehan, r., Concord, September 25, 1890, to October 29, 
L899. Salary, $1,500. 

LABOR COMMISSIONER. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, three years. 
Julian F. Trask, r., Laconia, May 4, 1890, to May 4, 1899. Salary, 
M,500. 

BANK COMMISSIONERS. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, three years. 

Alpheus W. Baker, r., Lebanon, September 1, 1890, to December 
L, 1899. 

John Hatch, d., Greenland, August 21, 1893, to December 1, 1897. 

Thomas J. Walker, r., Concord, December 1, 1895, to December 1, 
L898. 

Salary, $2,000 and traveling expenses. 

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, three years. 
Henry M. Putney, r., Chairman, Manchester, October 1, 1886, to 
January 1, 1899. 



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312 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Josiah G. Bellows, r., Clerk, Walpole, January 1, 1894, to January 
1, 1900. 
Edward B. S. Sanborn, d., Franklin, June 1, 1894, to January 1, 1898. 
Salary, Chairman, $2,500; Clerk, $2,200; third member, $2,000. 

Special Railroad Commissioners. 
Appointed by the Governor and Council. No salary. 
Boston & Maine Railroad. — Term, four years. John C. Tasker, r., 
Dover, October 29, 1896, to October 29, 1900. 

Peterborough & Shirley Railroad. — Term, three years. James S. 
Taft, r., Keene, July 28, 1895, to July 28, 1898. 

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC PRINTER'S ACCOUNTS. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, one year. 
Harry M. Cheney, r., Lebanon, May 25, 1893, to August 11, 1897. 
Frank M. Rollins, d., Manchester, June 12, 1896, to June 12, 1897. 
Compensation, $3 per diem and mileage. 

AUDITOR OF TREASURER'S ACCOUNTS. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, one year. 
Simeon C. Frye, r., Laconia, December 1, 1896, to November 30, 1897. 
Salary, $200. 

TRUSTEES OF STATE LIBRARY. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council, one annually. Term, three 
years. 

Albert S. Batchellor, d., Littleton, September 25, 1888, to November 
12, 1898. 

George C. Gilmore, r., Manchester, October 14, 1888, to October 4, 
1897. 

William D. Chandler, r., Concord, November 10, 1896, to November 
10, 1899. 

STATE LIBRARIAN. 

Appointed by Trustees of the State Library. Term, not limited. 
Arthur H. Chase, r., Concord. Appointed January 1, 1895. Salary, 
$1,500. 

BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

One member from each county, and a Secretary. 
Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, three years. 
Merrimack County. — Moses Humphrey, Concord, September 20, 1876, 
to November 13, 1897. 



STATE GOVERNMENT . 313 

Rockingham County. — John D. Lyman, Exeter, January 28, 1885, to 
[ay 8, 1897. 

Belknap County. — George H. Wadleigh, Tilton, November 13, 1894, 
) November 13, 1897. 

Cheshire County. — Willard Bill, Jr., Westmoreland, September 24, 
595, to September 21, 1898. 

Carroll County. — Alonzo Towle, Freedom, September 9, 18S8, to Xo- 

smber 13, 1897. 

Strafford County. — James M. Hayes, Dover, September 17, 1892, to 
eptember 9, 1898. 

Grafton County. — George W. Mann, Benton, January 5, 1892, to De- 
3mber 26, 1897. 

Hillsborough County. — Joseph A. Hall, Brookline, September 17, 1S92, 
> September 24, 1S9S. 

Cods County.— Loren J. Miner, Whitefleld, July 28, 1806, to July 28, 
B99. 

Sullivan County. — William H. Sisson, Cornish, July 28, 1896, to July 
p, 1899. 

Nairn m J. Bachelder, Secretary, Andover. Term, not limited. 

Salary of Secretary, $1,000. 

RUSTEES OF THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS. 

The Governor and President of the College, ex officio; one elected by 
be alumni and ten others appointed by the Governor and Council, one 
t least from each councilor district. Term, three years. 

George A. Ramsdell, Governor, ex officio. 

Rev. Charles S. Murkland, Ph. 1)., President, ex officio. 

Frederick P. Cummings, Lee, elected by alumni, April 18, IS'.':!, to 
uly 1, 1898. 

Frederick Smyth, Manchester, October 27, 1891, to July 23, 1897. 

John G. Tallant, Pembroke, July 28, 1892, to August 1, 1897. 

Charles W. Stone, Andover, September 21, 1887, to October 4, 1897. 

Lucien Thompson, Durham, July 28, 1892, to July 23, 189S. 

George B. Williams, Walpole, July 23, 1S95, to July 28, 1898. 

Warren Brown, Hampton Falls, July 23, 1895, to July 23, 1898. 

George A. Wason, New Boston, July 12, 1SS3, to July 23, 1898. 

Frank Jones, Portsmouth, July 28, 1S96, to July 28, 1899. 

John W. Sanborn, Wakefield, July 28, 189G, to July 28, 1899. 

Jeremiah W. Sanborn, Gilmanton, November 10, 1890, to November 
0, 1899. 

Lucien Thompson, Secretary of the Board. 



314 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



TRUSTEES OF THE ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council, three annually. Term, 
four years. Asylum established, 1838. 

Joseph B. Walker, Concord, August 9, 1847, to September 19, 1897. 

George B. Twitchell, Keene, June 30, 1857, to September 19, 1897. 

John E. Barry, Concord, March 6, 1888, to September 19, 1897. 

Dexter Richards, Newport, July 6, 1876, to August 1, 1898. 

Morris Christie, Antrim, July 8, 1890, to August 1, 1898. 

William F. Thayer, Concord, July 23, 1S95, to August 1, 1898. 

Ellery A. Hibbard, Laconia, July 7, 1871, to October 22, 1S99. 

John A. Spalding, Nashua, October 22, 1895, to October 22, 1899. 

E. O. Crossman, Lisbon, August 11, 1896, to October 22, 1899. 

John C. French, Manchester, September 17, 1892, to August 11, 1900. 

William G. Perry, Exeter, July 7, 1864, to August 11, 1900. 

James A. Edgerly, Somersworth, December 1, 1896, to August 11, 
1900. 

TRUSTEES OF STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 

The Governor, ex officio, Superintendent of Public Instruction, ex 
officio, and live others appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, 
two years. 

William H. Michell, Littleton, September 21, 1887, to December 1, 
1897. 

George H. Stearns, Manchester, September 8, 1889, to December 1, 
1897. 

Alvin Burleigh, Plymouth, September 8, 1889, to December 1, 1897. 

Cyrus Sargeant, Plymouth, December 8, 1891, to December 1, 1897. 

Charming Folsom, Dover, December 8, 1891, to December 1, 1897. 

TRUSTEES OF THE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

Appointed by the Governor and Conncil, two annually. Term, three 
years. 

John W. Peppard, Rumney, September 20, 1876, to October 4, 1897. 
Mrs. Olive R. Clarke, Manchester, April 3, 1888, to January 10, 1897. 
Orange S. Brown, Rollinsford, April 3, 1888, to October 22, 1898. 
George Holbrook, Manchester, May 23, 1894, to May 23, 1897. 
Albert S. Wait, Newport, June 13, 1894, to June 13, 1897. 
Nathan P. Hunt, Manchester, October 29, 1896, to October 29, 1899. 
William C. Marshall, Laconia, October 29, 1896, to October 29, 1899. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 315 

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. 

Appointed by the Supreme Court and commissioned by the Gov- 
nor. Term, two years. 

John M. Parker, Goffstown, December 27, 1878, to April 16, 1897. 
Charles A. Dole, Secretary, Lebanon, March 29, 1883, to April 16, 1897. 
John M. Hill, President, Concord, March 14, 1884, to April 16, 1897. 
Edwin Snow, Eaton, June 7, 1894, to April \G, 1897. 
Charles McDaniel, Springfield, April 16, 1895, to April 16, 1897. 
Compensation, $3 per diem and expenses. Salary of Secretary, 
(300. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PHARMACY. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, three years. 
Charles A. Tufts, Dover, July 26, 1875, to November 10, 1899. 
Edward H. Currier, Manchester, July 13, 1882, to August 1, 1897. 
Ben O. Aldrich, Keene, November 10, 1896, to June 18, 1898. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 

The Governor and the Attorney-General, ex officio, with three physi- 
ians and one civil engineer. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, four years. 

George A. Ramsdell, Nashua, Governor, ex officio. 

Edwin G. Eastman, Exeter, Attorney-General, ex officio. 

Granville P. Conn, M. D., President, Concord, September 16, 18S1, 
3 August 29, 1897. 

Irving A. Watson, M. D., Secretary, Concord, September 16, 1881, to 
October 22, 1899. 

Robert Fletcher, Hanover, July 9, 1895, to August 29, IS97. 

Charles S. Collins, Nashua, October 22, 1895, to October 22, 189!). 

Salary of Secretary, $2,500. 

FISH AND GAME COMMISSIONPHIS. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. No salary prescribed by 
tatute. Term, five years. 

Nathaniel Wentworth, Hudson, December 2, 1892, to December 2, 
897. 

William H. Shurtleff, Lancaster, July 12, 1893, to July 12, 1898. 

Frank L. Hughes, Ashland, February 11, 1896, to February 11, 1901. 



316 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

OFFICERS OF THE STATE PRISON. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, one year. Salary: 
Warden, $2,000; Chaplain, $800; Physician, $500. 

Charles E. Cox, Manchester, Warden, December 1, 1896, to Decem- 
ber 1, 1897. 

Rev. Daniel C. Easton, Laconia, Chaplain, June 12, 1896, to June 12, 
1897. 

Edgar A. Clark, Concord, Physician, December 8, 1896, to December 
8, 1897. 

Samuel D. Robinson, Pembroke, Deputy Warden. Appointed by 
the Warden. Salary, $1,200. Term, unlimited. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE SOLDIERS' HOME. 

The Governor and the Commander of the G. A. R. for the Depart- 
ment of New Hampshire, ex officio, and five others, appointed, one 
annually, by the Governor and Council. Term, five years. 

George A. Ramsdell, Nashua, Governor, ex officio. 

Lewis W. Aldrich, Westmoreland, Commander State G. A. R., ex 
officio. 

Charles E. Tilton, Tilton, Sept. 18, 1889, to Aug. 31, 1899. 

Charles W. Stevens, Nashua, Sept. 13, 1889, to Nov. 10, 1897. 

Daniel Hall, Dover, Sept. 13, 1889, to Oct. 13, 1901. 

Thomas P. Cheney, Ashland, Sept. 13, 18S9, to Sept. 9, 1900. 

Marcus M. Collis, Portsmouth, Feb. 20, 1894, to Sept. 1, 1898. 

BOARD OF REGISTRATION IN DENTISTRY. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council, one annually. Term, three 
years. 

William Jarvis, Claremont, June 9, 1891, to Aug. 1, 1897. 

E. B. Cushing, Laconia, Oct. 29, 1896, to July 1, 1898. 

W. R. Blackstone, Manchester, Oct. 29, 1896, to Oct. 29, 1899. 

LIBRARY COMMISSIONERS. 

State Librarian, ex officio, and four others appointed by the Gover- 
nor and Council, two for two years and two for four years. 
Arthur H. Chase, Concord, Librarian, ex officio. 
J. H. Whittier, Rochester, Jan. 5, 1892, to Dec. 23, 1899. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 317 

Rosea W. Parker, Claremont, Jan. 5, 1892, to Jan. 25, 1898. 
Seorge T. Cruft, Bethlehem, Feb. 2, 1892, to Jan. 25, 189S. 
Edward H. G-ilman, Exeter, Oct. 11, 1892, to Feb. 2, 1898. 

BALLOT LAW COMMISSIONERS. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, two years. 
Edwin G. Eastman, Exeter, Attorney-General, ex officio. 
Henry E. Burnham, Manchester, July 28, 1S92, to July 28, 1898. 
[rving W. Drew, Lancaster, July 28, 1892, to July 28, 1898. 

INSPECTOR OF STEAMBOATS. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, not limited. 
Fred S. Bean, Manchester. Appointed May 8, 1894. 
Charles W. McDaniel, Laconia. Appointed Dec. 8, 1896. 

CATTLE COMMISSIONERS. 

This board is composed of three ex-officio members: the Secretary 
the State Board of Agriculture, Master of the State Grange, Patrons 
Husbandry, and the Secretary of the State Board of Health. Term, 

t limited. 

Irving A. Watson, Concord, Secretary Board of Health. 

Nahum J. Bachelder, Andover, Master of State Grange. 

Nahum J. Bachelder, Andover, Secretary Board of Agriculture. 

FORESTRY COMMISSIONERS. 

Appointed, one annually, by the Governor and Council. Term, four 

:ars. 

George H. Moses, Franklin, Secretary, May 25, 1893, to May 25, 1897. 

Napoleon B. Bryant, Andover, April 12, 1893, to May 8, 1898. 

James F. Colby, Hanover, April 12, 1893, to July 9, 1899. 

George B. Chandler, Manchester, April 25, 1S93, to April 28, 1900. 

BOARD OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTION. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Five members. Original 

rms, one, two, three, four, and five years. Subsequently one ap- 

>inted annually for term of five years. 

Mrs. John B. Varick, Manchester, July 9, 1895, to July 9, 1897. 

John Kivel, Dover, Dec. 22, 1896, to July 9, 1S98. 

Mrs. Alonzo P. Carpenter, Concord, July 9, 1895, to July 9, 1899. 

Oliver J. M. Gilman, Alton, July 9, 1895, to July 9, 1900. 

George G. Davis, Marlborough, July 9, 1895, to July 28, 1901. 



318 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



POLICE COMMISSIONERS. 



Appointed, one every two years, for each of the following cities, by 
the Governor and Council. Term, six years. 



CONCORD. 



Josiah E. D wight, r., Feb. 5, 1S95, to March 7, 1897. 
Charles C. Danforth, r., March 7, 1893, to March 7, 1899. 
Giles Wheeler, cL, March 7, 1893, to March 7, 1901. 

MANCHESTER. 

Noah S. Clark, r., Jan. 1, 1894, to Jan. 1, 1898. 
Frank P. Carpenter, d., Jan. 1, 1894, to Jan. 1, 1902. 
Harry E. Lovering, r., Oct. 22, 1895, to Jan. 1, 1900. 

NASHUA. 

Charles H. Burke, d., Dec. 22, 1891, to Jan. 1, 1900. 
Frank D. Cook, v., Jan. 7, 1896, to Jan. 1, 1902. 
Milton A. Taylor, r., Feb. 11, 1896, to Jan. 1, 1898. 

PORTSMOUTH. 

Ira C. Seymour, tZ., April 2, 1895, to April 2, 1897. 
William O. Sides, r., Aug. 11, 1896, to April 2, 1899. 
John E. Dimick, r., April 2, 1895, to April 2, 1901. 



John E. Gardner, March 12, 1895, to March 12, 1897. 
Henry W. Anderson, March 12, 1895, to March 12, 1899. 
George A. Wentworth, March 12, 1895, to March 12, 1901. 

LACONIA. 

John W. Ashman, March 27, 1895, to March 27, 1897. 
Fred C. Sanborn, July 14, 1896, to March 27, 1899. 
Frank E. Busiel, March 27, 1895, to March 27, 1901. 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

SUPREME COURT. 

^pointed by the Governor and Council. Term, until seventy years of age. 



NAME. 



Residence. 



A PP° n 1 ? t " ! Limitation. Salary 



ment 



ief Justice— 
lonzo P. Carpenter 
sociate Justices— 

,ewis W. Clark 

saac N. Blodgett . . 
Villiam M. Chase... 
[.obert M. Wallace, 
'rank N. Parsons... 
Robert G. Pike 



Concord. 



Manchester 
Franklin — 

Concord 

Milford 

Franklin. 



1 



April 1, 1896 

Aug. 13, 1877 
Nov. 30, 1880 
Mar. 24, 1891 
April 15, 1893 
May 21, 1895 



Dover April 14, 1896 



Jan. 


28, 


1899 


Aug. 


19, 


1898 


Mar. 


6, 


1908 


Dec. 


28, 


1907 


May 


2, 


1917 


Sept 


3, 


1924 


July 


28, 


1921 



$3,500 

3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3.300 
3,300 
3,300 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, five years. 
Mwin G. Eastman, Exeter, Feb. 9, 1892, to Feb. 9, 1897. Salary, 
,200. 

LAW REPORTER. 

Appointed by the Supreme Court. Term, not limited. 
Charles B. Hibbard, Laconia. Salary, $1,000. 

CLERKS OF COUNTY COURTS. 

Appointed by the Supreme Court. Term, not limited. 
Rockingham County. — Charles H. Knight, Exeter. 
Strafford County. — George E. Durgin, Dover. 



320 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Belknap County. — Edwin P. Thompson, Laconia. 
Carroll County. — Aldo M. Kumery, Ossipee. 
Merrimack County. — Amos J. Shurtleff, Concord. 
Hillsborough County. — Thomas D. Luce, Nashua. 
Cheshire County. — Lewis W. Holmes, Keene. 
Sullivan County. — John McCrillis, Newport. 
Grafton County. — Dexter D. Dow, Littleton. 
Cods County. — Moses A. Hastings, Lancaster. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Law Terms. 

At Concord, on the first Tuesday in June and December; also 
adjourned terms in March and August. 

Trial Terms. 

rockingham county. 

At Exeter, on the third Tuesday of January and the second Tuesday 
of April; at Portsmouth, on the third Tuesday of October. 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

At Dover, on the second Tuespay of February and the first Tuesday 
of September. 

BELKNAP COUNTY. 

At Laconia, on the fourth Tuesday of March and September. 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

At Ossipee, on the third Tuesday of April and October. 

MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

At Concord, On the first Tuesday of April and October. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 

At Manchester, on the first Tuesday of January and May; at Nashua, 
on the third Tuesday of September. 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 321 



CHESHIRE COUNTY. 



i.t Keene, on the first Tuesday of April and the third Tuesday of 
tober. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

It Newport, on the fourth Tuesday of May and the first Tuesday of 
vember. 

GRAFTON COUNTY. 

vt Haverhill, on the third Tuesday of March and September; at 
rmouth, on the second Tuesday of May and November; at Lebanon, 
the third Tuesday of April and October. 

coos COUNTY. 

Vt Colebrook, on the first Tuesday of September and February; at 
ncaster, on the third Tuesday of April and October. 
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322 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



JUDGES OF PKOBATE. 
Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, until seventy years of age. 



COUNTY. 


Name. 


Residence. 


Appoint- 
ment, 


Limitation. 


Sal- 
ary. 


Rockingham.. 


Thomas Leavitt.. 


Exeter 


July 18, 1876 


Sept. 29, 1992 


$900 


Strafford 


Chas.B.Gafney.. 


Rochester.. 


April 28, 1896 


Sept. 17, 1913 


600 


Belknap 


Wm. B. Fellows.. 


Tilton 


April 11, 1895 


July 5, 1928 


400 


Carroll 


Sewall W.Abbott 


Wolfeboro'. 


Dec. 27, 1889 


April 11, 1929 


500 


Merrimack.... 


Arthur W. Silsby 


Concord.... 


Sept, 14, 1883 


Aug. 28, 1921 


1,000 


Hillsborough. 


Edw. E. Parker.. 


Nashua 


June 3, 1879 


Jan. 7, 1912 


1,300 


Cheshire 


John T.Abbott,.. 


Keene 


Jan. 17, 1894 


April 26, 1920 


600 


Sullivan 


Edw. J. Tenney.. 


Claremont . 


Jan. 5, 1891 


Dec. 11, 1906 


400 


Grafton 


Tyler Westgate.. 


Haverhill . . 


Feb. 20, 1890 


Dec. 2, 1913 


700 




Alfred R. Evans. 


Gorham 


Jan. 1, 1895 


Mar. 21, 1919 


500 







REGISTERS OF PROBATE. 
Elected for two years. 



COUNTY. 


Name. 


Residence. 


Term 
beginning. 


Salary. 


Rockingham 

Strafford 


Irving M. Heath 

William W. Martin 

Edward S. Cook 

Walter D. H. Hill 

John P. Nutter 


Newton 

Somersworth 

Laconia 

Ossipee 

Concord 

Nashua 

Keene 

Newport 

Haverhill 

Lancaster . . . 


April 1, 1897 
April 1, 1897 
April 1,1897 
April 1 , 1897 
April 1, 1897 
April 1, 1897 
April 1, 1897 
April 1, 1897 
April 1,1897 
April 1, 1897 


$875 
800 




450 




550 




1,200 

1,500 

500 


Hillsborough 


Elbridge J. Copp 

Wilton H. Spalter 

Elisha M. Kempton 

Russell T. Bartlett 




450 




800 




600 









JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 323 

TERMS OF PROBATE COURTS. 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

At Exeter, on the Wednesday next following the third Tuesday of 
ibruary, March, and August, on the Wednesday next following the 
st Tuesday of April, and on the Wednesday next following the sec- 
d Tuesday of every other month; at Portsmouth, on the third 
lesday of March, and on the second Tuesday of January, May, July, 
ptember, and November; at Derry, on the third Tuesday of Febru- 
y, and on the second Tuesday of June and October; at Raymond, 
i the first Tuesday of April, on the third Tuesday of August, and on 
e second Tuesday of December; at Hampton, on the fourth Tuesday 
February, on the fourth Tuesday of August, and on the fourth 
lesday of December. 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

At Dover, on the first Tuesday of every month; at Farmington on 
e third Tuesday of April, August, and December; at Rochester, on 
e third Tuesday of January, March, June, and October, and Somers- 
orth on the third Tuesday of February, May, July, September, and 
ovember. 

BELKNAP COUNTY. 

At Laconia, on the third Tuesday of every month. 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

At Conway, on the first Tuesday of January, May, and September; 

West Ossipee, on the first Tuesday of February, June, and October; 

Ossipee Corner, on the first Tuesday of March, July, and Novem- 
sr; at Wolfeborough Junction, on the first Tuesday of April, August, 
id December. 

MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

At Concord, on the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 

At Manchester, on the third Tuesday of every month; at Nashua, on 
ie fourth Tuesday of February, April, June, August, October, and 
ecember; at Francestown, on the Friday next following the fourth 



324 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Tuesday of August; at Amherst, on the Friday next following the 
fourth Tuesday of June and December; at Peterborough, on the Friday 
next following the fourth Tuesday of February, May, and November; 
at Greenville, on the Friday next following the fourth Tuesday of 
April and October; at Hillsborough Bridge, on the Friday next fol- 
lowing the fourth Tuesday of January and July; and at Milford, on 
the Friday next following the fourth Tuesday of March and Sep- 
tember. 

CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

At Keene, on the first and third Fridays of January, February, 
March, April, May, June, September, October, November, and Decem- 
ber, on the first Friday of July, and on the third Friday of August. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

At Claremont, on the last Wednesday of January, March, May, 
July, September, and November; and at Newport, on the last Wed- 
nesday of February, April, June, August, October, and December. 

GRAFTON COUNTY. 

At Lisbon, on the third Tuesday of April and October; at Plymouth, 
on the second Tuesday of May and November; at Canaan, on the first 
Tuesday of June and December; at Woodsville, on the third Tuesday 
of March and September; at Haverhill, on the first Tuesday of July; 
at Wentworth, on the third Tuesday of August; at Littleton, on the 
third Tuesday of January; at Lebanon, on the first Tuesday of March 
and September; at Orford, on the third Tuesday of February; and at 
Bristol, on the third Tuesday of July. 

coos COUNTY. 

At Colebrook, on the fourth Tuesday of August and the fourth 
Tuesday of January; at Lancaster, on the first Tuesday of January, 
March, May, July, and November; at Gorbam, on the first Tuesday of 
April, and the first Tuesday of October; at Berlin, on the third Tues- 
day of January and the third Tuesday of June. 

POLICE JUSTICES. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, until seventy years 
of age. 
Alton— George H. Demeritt, April 14, 1896. 

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JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 325 

Lmherst — Aaron M. Wilkins, May 12, 1896, to 

William D. Clark, special, June 11, 1896, to 

Luburn— Alfred D. Emery, April 28, 1896, to 

Jath — Frank P. Moulton, special, July 5, 1881. 
Jerlin — George F. Rich, June 10, 1895. 

Irving Stearns, special, June 28, 1892, to Nov. 5, 1925. 
Canaan — Warren B. Richardson, June 18, 1895, to 

Charles O. Barney, special, June 18, 1895, to 

Concord—Benjamin F. Badger, Dec. 9, 1886, to Dec. 31, 1901. 

Amos J. Shurtleff, special, Feb. 20, 1890, to July 13, 1919. 

)erry— William W. Poor, May 21, 1895, to 

)over— George S. Frost, June 21, 1882, to June 4, 1914. 

William F. Nason, special, May 17, 1892, to Nov. 22, 1927. 
Cxeter — Henry A. Shute, March 1, 18S3, to Nov. 17, 1926. 
^armington— John Tuttle, July 25, 1876, to Dec. 11, 1903. 
franklin— James E. Barnard, March 28, 1893, to Jan. 29, 1933. 

Samuel H. Robie, special, May 15, 1893, to Aug. 9, 1932. 
Gilford— Elijah H. Blaisdell, April 16, 1885, to Oct. 22, 1900. 

John C. Young, special, July 6, 1S87, to Oct. 26, 1906. 
[lanover— Edward R. Ruggles, April 5, 1S92, to Oct. 22, 1906. 
3averhill— William F. Westgate, July 23, 1895. 

Arthur E. Davis, special, July 23, 1895. 
aillsborough— Samuel W. Holman, April 5, 1892, to June 5, 1925. 

Mark M. Hadley, special, April 5, 1892, to Nov. 14, 1909. 
Sudson— George W. Clyde, April 14, 1896, to Oct. 23, 1935. 

Kimball Webster, April 14, 1896, to 

Keene— Lewis W. Holmes, April 7, 1891, to April 25, 1918. 

Charles C. Buffum, special, April 5, 1892, to Feb. 4, 1919. 
Laconia — George P. Everett, May 21, 1895, to 

Joseph L. Odell, April 1, 1896, to 

Lancaster— William H. Shurtleff, April 14, 1896, to 

Merrill Shurtleff, special, July 28, 1896. 
Lebanon— Charles A. Dole, April 1, 1896, to June 20, 1904. 

William P. Burton, special, April 1, 1896, to Dec. 2, 1898. 
Littleton— George Farr, April 9, 1880, to Feb. 12, 1906. 

Albert S. Batchellor, special, Feb. 24, 1S77, to April 22, 1920. 
Manchester— Isaac L. Heath, May 21, 1895, to Aug. 22, 1910. 

George W. Prescott, special, June 10, 1895, to Jan. 27, 1928. 
Milford— Arthur L. Keyes, April 25, 1894, to Dec. 2, 1932. 

Geo. A. Worcester, special, Dec. 29, 1896, to June 5, 1922. 
Nashua— Charles W. Hoitt, April 25, 1889, to Oct. 26, 1917. 

William O. Clough, special, July 2, 1878, to July 14, 1910. 



326 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Northumberland — James H. Curtis, June 10, 1895, to Dec. 9, 1904. 

A. D. Ellingwood, special, Aug. 31, 1894, to 

Pembroke— John B. Haselton, Sept. 5, 1876, to Feb. 4, 1909. 
Peterborough— Charles Scott, April 11, 1891, to April 14, 1899. 

Eben W. Jones, special, Jan. 12, 1897. 
Portsmouth— Samuel W. Emery, Dec. 3, 1894, to March 30, 1933. 

Edward H. Adams, June 10, 1895, to 

Rochester— Stephen D. Wentworth, Nov. 13, 1883, to Nov. 2, 1904. 

Horatio L. Cate, special, April 15, 1892, to June 5, 1928. 
Somers worth— William D. Knapp, July 6, 1870, to Oct. 17, 1900. 

George E. Beacham, special, Feb. 7, 1883, to May 12, 1922. 
Whitefield— C. Edward Wright, April 1, 1896, to 

Elbridge W. Show, special, April 1, 1896, to 

Wolfeborough— Samuel D. Fox, May 24, 1872, to April 3, 1902. 



COUNTY OFFICERS, 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

Elected Nov. 6, 1S94. Elected Nov. 6, 1896. 

Term expires April 1, 1897. Term expires April 1, 1899. 

Solicitor, $600. 
•uis G. Hoyt, v., Kingston. Louis G. Hoyt, r., Kingston. 

Sheriff, $600 and Fees. 
orge W. Weston, r., Exeter. George W. Weston, r., Exeter. 

Treasurer, $300. 
•thur L. Emerson, r., Chester. Wm. H. C. Follansby, r., Exeter. 

Register of Probate, $875. 
ring M. Heath, ?•., Exeter. Irving M. Heath, >\, Exeter. 

Register of Deeds, Fees. 
illiam Morrill, r., Brentwood. William Morrill, r., Brentwood. 

Commissioners, $3 Per Diem and Expenses. 

m. D. Cochran, r., Windham. Washington Colby, v., London- 

eeman R. Garrett, r., Ports- derry. 

mouth. Louis L. de Rochemont, r., New- 

ington. 
larles P. Griffin, r., Danville. George W. Paul, r., Newflelds. 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

Elected Nov. 6, 1894. Elected Nov. 3, 1896. 

Term expires April 1, 1897. Term expires April 1, 1899. 



328 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Solicitor, $600. 
William F. Nason, r., Dover. William F. Nason, r., Dover. 

Sheriff, $400 and Fees. 
James E. Hayes, r., Farmington. James E. Hayes, r. s Farmington. 

Treasurer, $200. 
George D. Nowell, r., Rochester. George D. Nowell, r., Rochester. 

Register of Probate, $600. 
Wm. W. Martin, r., Somersworth. Wm. W. Martin, r., Somersworth. 

Register of Deeds, Fees. 
Frank S. Tompkins, r., Dover. Frank S. Tompkins, r., Dover. 

Commissioners, $3 Per Diem and Expenses. 

William W. Cushman, r., Dover. James A.. Reynolds, r., Dover. 
John N. Haines, r., Somersworth. Jabez H. Stevens, r., Durham. 
John D. Philbrick, r., Rochester. George H. Yeaton, r., Rollinsford. 

BELKNAP COUNTY. 

Elected Nov. 6, 1894. Elected Nov. 3, 1896. 

Term expires April 1, 1897. Term expires April 1, 1899. 

Solicitor, $400. 

William B. Fellows, r., Tilton. Frank M. Beckford, r., Laconia. 

Sheriff, $200 and Fees. 

Bradbury R. Dearborn, r., Mere- Charles F. Locke, v., Laconia. 
dith. 

Treasurer, $150. 

Mark M. Robinson, r., Laconia. Mark M. Robinson, r., Laconia. 
Register of Probate, $450. 



Register of Deeds, Fees. 
Martin B. Plummer, r., Laconia. Martin B. Plummer, r., Laconia. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 329 

Commissioners, S3 Per Diem and Expenses. 

3orge C. Parsons, v., Gilmanton. George C. Parsons, r., Gilmanton. 
iovge A. Sanders, r., Laconia. Orrin D. Huse, r., Sanbornton. 
seph F. Smith, ?\, Meredith. Joseph F. Smith, r., Meredith. 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

Elected "Nov. 6, 1894. Elected Nov. 3, 1896. 

Term expires April 1, 1897. Term expires April 1, 1899. 

Solicitor, $300. 
Birnay Tasker, r., Sandwich. A. Birnay Tasker, r., Sandwich. 

Sheriff, $200 and Fees. 
mgclonM. Atkinson, r., Madison. Langdon M. Atkinson, r., Madison. 

Treasurer, $150. 
»hn F. Farnham, r., Wakefield. John F. Farnham, v., Wakefield. 

Register of Pkobate, $550. 
alter D. H. Hill, r., Ossipee. Walter D. II. Hill, r., Ossipee. 

Register of Deeds, Fees. 
mry F. Abbott, r., Ossipee. Henry F. Abbott, r., Ossipee. 

Commissioners, $3 Per Diem and Expenses. 

Iwin F. Brown, /*., Moulton- Francisco W. Barker, r., Effing- 
borough, ham. 

ephen W. Clow, r., Wolfe- Edwin F. Brown, r., Moul ton- 
borough, borough, 
iram H. Dow, r., Conway. Stephen W. Clow, r., W'olfeborough. 

MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

Elected Nov. 6, 1894. Elected Nov. 3, 1896. 

Term expires April 1, 1S97. Term expires April 1, 1899. 

Solicitor, $600. 
alter D. Hardy, r., Franklin. George M. Fletcher, r., Concord. 



330 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Sheriff, $600 and Fees. 
Frank G. Edgerly, v., Concord. Frank G. Edgerly, r., Concord. 

Treasurer, $300. 
Warren Abbott, r., Webster. Warren Abbott, r., Webster. 

Register of Probate, $1,200. 
John P. Nutter, v., Concord. John P. Nutter, r., Concord. 

Register of Deeds, Fees. 
Samuel N. Brown, r., Concord. Samuel N. Brown, r., Concord. 

Commissioners, $3 per Diem and Expenses. 

Michael Lorden, r., Salisbury. Michael Lorden, r., Salisbury. 

True H. Maxfield, r., Pittsfleld. True H. Maxfield, v., Pittsfield. 
Loren S. Richardson, r., Concord. Loren S. Richardson, r., Concord. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 

Elected Nov. 6, 1894. Elected Nov. 3, 1896. 

Term expires April 1, 1897. Term expires April 1, 1899. 

Solicitor, $800. 
James P. Tuttle, r., New Boston. James P. Tuttle, r., New Boston. 

Sheriff, $800 and Fees. 
Daniel F. Healey, ?\, Manchester. Nathaniel Doane, r., Manchester. 

Treasurer, $300. 
Frank C. Livingston, r., Manchester. Frank C. Livingston, r., Manchester. 

Register of Probate, $1,500. 
Elbridge J. Copp, r., Nashua. Elbridge J. Copp, r., Nashua. 

Register of Deeds, Fees. 

Dana W. King, r., Nashua. Dana W. King, r., Nashua. 

Commissioners, $3 Per Diem and Expenses. 

Webster C. Brown, r., Nashua. Stillman H. Baker, r., Hillsborough. 
John F. Clough, r., Manchester. John F. Clough, r., Manchester. 
Benj. G. Herrick, r.,Lyndeborongh. Webster C. Brown, r., Nashua. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 331 

CHESHIKE COUNTY. 

Elected Nov. 6, 1894. Elected Nov. 3, 1896. 

Term expires April 1, 1897. Term expires April 1, 1899. 

Solicitor, $300. 
arles H. Hersey, r., Keene. Charles H. Hersey, v., Keene. 

Sheriff, $300 and Fees. 
illiam S. Tuttle, r., Keene. William S. Tuttle, r., Keene. 

Treasurer, $200. 
rome E. Wright, r., Keene. Jerome E. Wright, v., Keene. 

Register of Probate, $500. 
mry O. Coolidge, r., Keene. Wilton H. Spalter, r., Keene. 

Register of Deeds, Fees. 
Larles C. Buffum, r., Keene. Charles C. Buffum, r., Keene. 

Commissioners, $3 Per Diem and Expenses. 

arren H. Butler, r., Chesterfield. Warren H. Butler, r., Chesterfield. 

miel R. Cole, r., Keene. Daniel R. Cole, r., Keene. 

issell H. Kittredge, r., Jaffrey. Russell H. Kittredge, r., Jaffrey. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

Elected Nov. 6, 1894. Elected Nov. 3, 1896. 

Term expires April 1, 1897. Term expires April 1, 1899. 

Solicitor, $300. 
irt Chellis, r., Claremont. Burt Chellis, r., Claremorit. 

Sheriff, $200 and Fees. 
>hn Y. Gunnison, r., Newport. John Y. Gunnison, r., Newport. 

Treasurer, $200. 
illiam H. Sisson, ?\, Cornish. Hiram R. Neal, r., Acworth. 

Register of Probate, $450. 
isha M. Kempton, r., Newport. Elisha M. Kempton, r., Newport. 



332 new hampshire manual. 

Register of Deeds, Fees. 
Albert L. Hall, r., Newport. Albert L. Hall, v., Newport. 

Commissioners, $3 Per Diem and Expenses. 

George H. Fairbanks, r., Newport. George H. Fairbanks, r., Newport. 
Isaac H. Long, r., Claremont. Isaac H. Long, r., Claremont. 

George Neal, ?\, Unity. William E. Westgate, r., Cornish. 

GRAFTON COUNTY. 

Elected Nov. 6, 1894. Elected Nov. 3, 1896. 

Term expires April 1, 1897. Term expires April 1, 1899. 

Solicitor, $600. 
George H. Adams, v., Plymouth. George H. Adams, r., Plymouth. 

Sheriff, $400 and Fees. 
Charles O. Hurlbutt, r., Lebanon. Charles O. Hurlbutt, r., Lebanon. 

Treasurer, $300. 
George H. Turner, r., Bethlehem. George H. Turner, v., Bethlehem. 

Register of Probate, $800. 
Russell T. Bartlett, r., Haverhill. Russell T. Bartlett, r., Haverhill. 

Register of Deeds, Fees. 
George H. Kendall, r., Bristol. George H. Kendall, r., Bristol. 

Commissioners, $3 Per Diem and Expenses. 

Henry F. Green, r., Littleton. Henry F. Green, v., Littleton. 

Horace F. Hoyt, Jr., r., Hanover. Horace F. Hoyt, Jr., r., Hanover. 
James F. Huckins, r., Ashland. James F. Huckins, r., Ashland. 

COOS COUNTY. 

Elected Nov. 6, 1894. Elected Nov. 3, 1896. 

Term expires April 1, 1897. Term expires April 1, 1899. 

Solicitor, $400. 
Herbert I. Goss, r., Berlin. Herbert I. Goss, ?•., Berlin. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 333 

Sheriff, $200 and Fees. 
liomas C. Beattie, v., Lancaster. Thomas C. Beattie, r., Lancaster. 

Treasurer, $200. 
r m. H. McCarten, v., Lancaster. Wm. H. McCarten, r., Lancaster. 

Register of Probate, $600. 
ielding Smith, r., Lancaster. Fielding Smith, v., Lancaster. 

Register of Deeds, Fees. 

erman E. Oleson, r., Berlin. Henry S. Hilliard, r., Lancaster. 

Commissioners, $3 Per Diem and Expenses. 

erley Knapp, r., Stewartstown. Periey Knapp, r., Stewartstown. 
nstin W. Miner, r., Whitefield. Austin W. Miner, v., Whiteneld. 
has. E. Philbrook, r., Shelburne. Chas. E. Philbrook, >•., Shelburne. 

CORONERS. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, live years. 

Rockingham County. 

True M. Gould, Raymond, July 30, 1878, to Feb. 7, 1899. 

Henry E. Newell, Deny, July 23, 1889, to Aug. 1, 1899. 

John O'Neill, Exeter, March 31, 1891, to March 12, 1901. 

Thomas E. O. Marvin, Portsmouth, April 15, 1891, to March 26, 1901. 

Aaron L. Mellows, Newmarket, Jan. 24, 1893, to Jan. 24, 1898. 

Edwin B. Prime, Portsmouth, July 9, 1895, to July 9, 1900. 

H. S. Baketel, Derry, Nov. 12, 1895, to Nov. 12, 1900. 

Strafford County. 

John S. Daniels, Rochester, Aug. 9, 1887, to Aug. 17, 1897. 
R. Dewitt Burnham, Rochester, Nov. 5, 1896, to Nov. 5, 1901. 
John Q. A. Wentworth, Rollinsford, Sept. 17, 1892, to Sept. 17, 1897. 
Lindsey E. Grant, Somersworth, Aug. 31, 1894, to Aug. 31, 1899. 

Belknap Coltnty. 
Albert Colby, Laconia, Sept. 1, 1891, to Aug. 25, 1901. 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

George W. Lougee, Freedom, Jan. 27, 1887, to Jan. 26, 1897. 
George H. Shedd, Conway, Feb. 21, 1893, to Feb. 21, 1898. 



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MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

Arthur W. Silsby, March 12, 1896, to March 12, 1901. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 

Harrison D. Lord, Manchester, July 28, 1885, to April 1, 1901. 
James H. Hunt, Nashua, May 12, 1887, to April 11, 1897. 

CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

Clark F. Rowell, Keene, June 14, 1880, to April 30, 1900. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

Marshall S. Rossiter, Claremont, June 21, 1892, to June 21, 1897. 
Frank T. Yaughan, Newport, Feb. 26, 1895, to Feb. 26, 1900. 

GRAFTON COUNTY. 

Everett B. Huse, Enfield, Jan. 15, 1878, to June 7, 1898. 
Isaac Willard, Orford, June 20, 18S2, to April 15, 1897. 
Dexter D. Dow, Littleton, Juue 23, 1891, to June 11, 1901. 
Willard F. Young, Littleton, April 11, 1893, to April 11, 1898. 
Moody C. Dole, Campton, April 28, 1896, to April 28, 1901. 

coos COUNTY. 

Henry M. Leavitt, Colebrook, March 11, 1886, to Aug. 25, 1901. 
Charles E. Allen, Lancaster, March 3, 1891, to Feb. 11, 1901. 
Erastus V. Cobleigh, July 28, 1896, to July 28, 1901. 

SEALERS OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council, one for each county. 
Term, not limited. 

Merrimack County.— Samuel F. Morrill, Concord. Appointed May 2, 
1877. 

Cheshire County. — Yirgil A. Wright, Keene. Appointed May 2, 1877. 

Cods County. — Erastus Y. Cobleigh, Lancaster. Appointed June 19, 
1877. 

Rockingham County. — Joseph R. Clark, Derry. Appointed June 19, 
1877. 

Sullivan County. — George W. Fitch, Claremont. Appointed Oct. 17, 
1877. 

Grafton County. — Harland P. Goodrich, Lebanon. Appointed March 
27, 1878. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 335 

Strafford County. — William Millen, Dover. Appointed April 22, 
U. 
arroll County. — Frank K. Hobbs, Ossipee. Appointed Jan. 13, 
37. 

Belknap County. — George A. Sanders, Laconia. Appointed Jan. 8, 
91. 

Hillsborough County. — Albert T. Barr, Mancliester. Appointed Feb. 
1893. 



COMMISSIONERS. 



Commissioners, resident without the state, authorized to ackowl- 
edge deeds and to take depositions to be used in this state. Appoint- 
ments are made by the Governor and Council for the term of five 
years, and the several commissions expire on the dates stated. 

CALIFORNIA. 

William T. Blakely, Alameda, 2008 Pacific Ave. June 10, 1900. 

Lee D. Craig, San Francisco. Sept. 29, 1897. 

James L. King, San Francisco. Jan. 3, 1898. 

James E. Mills, Sacramento. Aug. 29, 1898. 

Joseph M. Nongues, San Francisco, 411 *< California St. Nov. 13, 1899. 

COLORADO. 

David G. Taylor, Denver. Apr. 4, 1898. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Livingston W. Cleaveland, New Haven. June 11, 1901. 
Henry E. Taintor, Hartford. Nov. 10, 1901. 
William A. Wright, New Haven. July 12, 1898. 

GEORGIA. 

C. B. Conyers, Atlanta. Jan. 29, 1900. 

ILLINOIS. 

Charles C. Bartlett, Chicago, 153 La Salle St. May 8, 1899. 

Stuart Derby, Chicago, 115 Monroe St. July 9, 1900. 

Mark A. Foote, Chicago, 34 Chamber of Commerce. Nov. 13, 1899. 

Philip A. Hoyne, Chicago. Nov. 29, 1897. 

W. E. Humphrey, Chicago, 551 Monadnock Block. June 10, 1900. 

Simeon W. King, Chicago, 164 Dearborn St., Room 612. Jan. 17, 1898. 

Silas S. Willard, Chicago, 80 Dearborn St. Sept. 29, 1897. 



COMMISSIONERS. 337 



KENTUCKY. 

r ton G. Kogers, Louisville. Sept. 24, 1900. 

LOUISIANA. 

a G. Eustis, New Orleans. Aug. 29, 1898. 
mey C. Soniat, New Orleans. June 28, 1897. 



. W. Fife, Fryeburg. Aug. 25, 1901. 
K. Storrs, Batchelder's Grant. March 15, 1897. 

MARYLAND. 

erap Bartlett, Jr., Baltimore. Aug. 1, 1899. 
ip H. Hoffman, Baltimore. Feb. 7, 1898. 
rge McCaffray, Baltimore. Nov. 10, 1897. 
Ivett Reardon, Baltimore. May 3, 1898. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Lies Hall Adams, Boston, 5 Court St. Jan. 31, 1898. 
ice S. Bacon, Lowell, 107 Stevens St. May 8, 1899. 
laniel C. Bartlett, Haverhill. Nov. 29, 1897. 
ph B. Braman, Boston, Sears Building. June 13, 1899. 

F. Braman, Boston, Sears Building. June 13, 1899. 
ter C. Burbank, Boston. Dec. 8, 1896. 

ge W. Cate,Amesbury. July 12, 1898. 

ge A. Emerson, Everett, 60 Garland St. Oct. 22, 1900. 
>irvin Fernald, Boston. Feb. 9, 1897. 
iam P. Fowler, Boston. Sept. 24, 1900. 

ge R. Fowler, Boston. Sept. 21, 1900. 

7. Hayes, Boston, 113 Devonshire St. July 19, 1897. 

k C. Hyde, Boston, 31 Milk St. March 26, 1901. 
uel Jennison, Boston. Nov. 12, 1900. 
ard J. Jones, Boston. Nov. 12, 1900. 

C. McKinistry, Haverhill. Dec. 20, 1897. 
ry M. Meek, Salem. Feb. 9, 1897. 
on Monroe, Boston, 31 Milk St. Dec. 20, 1897. 
mas J. Morrison, Boston. July 28, 1901. 

tt H. Peabody, Worcester. March 15, 1897. 

ustine H. Read, Boston, 20 Devonshire St. April 30, 1900. 

erry Sargent, Merrimack. Dec. 23, 1900. 
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338 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Ithamer B. Sawtell, Townsend. April 5, 1897. 

Frank B. Spalter, Winchendon. Nov. 19, 1901. 

George K. Swasey, Boston. Sept. 9, 1900. 

Arthur R. Torrey, Boston, 28 Court St. July 14, 1901. 

Daniel B. Whittier, Boston, 11 Bromfield St. Dec. 29, 1898. 

George M. Whitney, Winchendon. Feb. 9, 1897. 

Elmer E. Young, Boston, 222 Fremont St. March 15, 1897. 

MINNESOTA. 

A. F. Sweetser, Minneapolis. Nov. 12, 1900. 
Ambrose Tighe, St. Paul, Feb. 11, 1901. 

MISSOURI. 

Charles D. Greene, Jr., St. Louis. May 14, 1900. 
Charles H. Haven, Joplin. Aug. 31, 1899. 
Edward G. Reynolds, Kansas City. May 17, 1897. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Albert M. Bradshaw, Lake wood. March 26, 1901. 

W. C. O'Leary, Lake wood. April 1, 1901. 

Dewey A. Whitehead, Newark, 268 No. 6th St. April 11, 1899. 

NEW YORK. 

Armond C. Andersori, New York City, 13 Chambers St. Sept. 17, 1897. 

Joseph B. Braman, New York City. April 8, 1898. 

Ella F. Braman, New York City. Sept. 19, 1898. 

Joseph C. Braman, New York City. May 23, 1899. 

Frederick A. Burnham, New York. Nov. 30, 1899. 

William H. Clarkson, New York City, 115 Broadway. April 11, 1899. 

Peter F. Callahan, New York City, 230 E. 42d St. May 15, 1898. 

James A. Carter, New York City, 115 Broadway. Sept. 9, 1900. 

Thomas F. Clifford, New York City, 206 Broadway. Dec. 22, 1896. 

Edwin F. Corey, New York City, 60 Wall St. Dec. 29, 1898. 

George H. Corey, New York City, 60 Wall St. March 27, 1898. 

Francis E. Fairman, New York City. April 20, 1897. 

F. Bell Fenwick, New York City. May 17, 1897. 

Thomas W. Folsom, New York City. Feb. 9, 1897. 

Bernard Fowler, Brooklyn, 679 St. Marks Ave. March 13, 1900. 

William F. Hardenbrook, New York City, 38 Park Row. Dec. 20, 1897 

John A. Hillery, New York City. Dec. 29, 1898. 

Eleazer Jackson, New York City. April 11, 1899. 



COMMISSIONERS. 339 

r illiam Johnson, Buffalo, 28 Erie St. Oct. 11, 1897. 

alius Krause, New York City, 262 E. 10th St. Nov. 30, 1899. 

rilliam F. Lett, New York City. May 15, 1898. 

aurie L. Levey, New York City, 34 Nassau St. March 19, 1900. 

harles C. Lunt, New York City. July 11, 1S99. 

lfred MacKay, New York City. June 11, 1901. 

ufus K. McHarg, New York City, 137 Broadway. Jan. 25, 1899. 

harles Edgar Mills, New York City, 115 Broadway. March 7, 1899. 

aim D. Miller, Jr., New York City, 32 Nassau St. April 4, 1898. 

oseph P. Oshorne, New York City. Jan. 7, 1901. 

incent Rosemon, New York City, 227 Broadway. April 28, 1901. 

eo Schwab, New York City. April 5, 1897. 

eorge H. Taylor, New York City, 29 Nassau St. May 14, 1900. 

harles F. Tinkharn, New York City, 115 Broadway. Sept, 0, 1897. 

dward F. Wellington, Rochester, 201 Powers Building. April 20, 1897. 



oseph T. Harrison, Cincinnati. Aug. (!, 1900. 
ipman Levy, Cincinnati. Nov. 30, 1899. 

OREGON. 

usene D. White, Portland. Aug. 10, 1S97. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

dward H. Cloud, Philadelphia. Aug. 31, 1895. 

illiam Jenks Fell, Philadelphia, 932 Prexel Building. Mar. 7, 1899. 
ugene H. Frielander, Philadelphia, 300 Callowhill St. Dec. 12, L899. 
nomas J. Hunt, Philadelphia. May 15, 1898. 
eorge W. Hunt, Philadelphia, 623 Walnut St. May 14, 1900. 
dward Shippen, Philadelphia. May 17, 1807. 
imuel L. Taylor, Philadelphia, 518 Walnut St. Sept. 17, 1897. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

ilman E. Jopp, Providence. April 11, 1898. 

VERMONT. 

'illiam S. Newton, Brattleboro 1 . Aug. 10, 1897. 
Igar W. Smith, Newbury. Aug. 31, 1899. 



340 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Henry P. Blair, Washington. Jan. 3, 1898. 

Charles S. Bundy, Washington. July 14, 1901. 

Terrence A. Duffy, Washington. June 10, 1900. 

B. H. Evans, Washington. May 8, 1S99. 

Frank W. Hackett, Washington. May 15, 1898. 

John E. Mitchell, Washington, 1321 F St., N. W. April 28, 1901. 

Anson S. Taylor, Washington. Oct, 29, 1901. 

Win. B. Thompson, Washington. Aug. 11, 1901. 

CANADA. 

John M. M. Duff, Montreal, Imperial Building. July 28, 1897. 

ENGLAND. 

Alfred Heales, London, 45 Carter Lane. Aug. 31, 1899. 

Henry C. King, London. April 20, 1897. 

William Matthews Harris, London, 28 Southampton St. Dec. 22, 1896. 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

John Kerr, St. Johns. Jan. 31, 1898. 

IRELAND. 

Michael Timmins O'Connor, Killarney, Kerry County. Feh. 11, 1901. 



Commissioners for other states resident in New Hampshire: 

Ira A. Chase, Bristol, commissioner for the state of Georgia; expires 

Dec. 31, 1896. 
Calvin Page, Portsmouth, commissioner for the state of New York; 

expires Sept. 14, 1900. 
Edward M. Brooks, Manchester, commissioner for the state of Wis 

consin; expires Oct. 14, 1899. 



GENERAL, FIELD, AND LINE OFFICERS. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE NATIONAL GUARD. 



s Excellency GEORGE A. RAMSDELL, Nashua, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

THE GOVERNOR'S STAFF. 



Name. 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of 
Commission. 


igustus D. Ayling. 
rry P. Wellnian . . . 
>orge E. Anderson 
ank P. Maynard.. . 

hn H. Andrews 

ed S.Towle 

illiam D. Swart... . 
Crosby Kennett.. 


Maj.-Gen. and Adjt.-Gen. 
Brig. -Gen. and Insp.-Gen. 
Brig. -Gen. and Q.M.-Gen. 
Brig. -Gen. and Com. -Gen. 
Brig. -Gen. and J. A. -Gen. 
Brig. -Gen. and Surg.-Gen. 

Col. and A. D. C 

Col. and A. D. C 


Concord 


July 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 


15, 1879 
6, 1893 


Nashua 

Claremont 

Manchester . . . 
Portsmouth . . . 

Nashua 

Conway 

Milford 


7, 1897 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 


illiam A. Barron... 


Col. and A. D. C 


7, 1897 









FIRST BRIGADE. 



iorge M. L. Lane*. Brig. -Gen Manchester.. 

arry B. Cilley, As- 
sistant Adjutant- I 

General Lieut. -Col Manchester . 

Iward H. Currier, 

Medical Director.. Lieut. -Col Manchester. 

•thur H. Chase, 

ludge- Advocate .. Major Concord 

ank L.Kimball, In- 
spector of Rifle 

Practice ; Major Nashua 

>hn Gannon, Jr., ' 

Quartermaster | Captain Manchester . 

■ank G. Dort, Com- 
missary I Captain Keene 

larles S. Murkland, 

<\Me-de-camp Captain Durham 

•thur H.Knowlton, 

<\.ide-de-camp Captain Concord 



Feb. 19, 1894 

May 10, 1894 

May 10, 1894 

May 10, 1894 

Feb. 27, 1894 

Feb. 27, 1894 

May 9, 1895 

May 10, 1894 

May 10, 1894 



Brevet Major General. 



342 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 
FIELD AND STAFF. 



Name. 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of 
Commission. 


Walter W Scott 


Colonel 

Lieut.-Col 








Dover 

Manchester . . . 

Manchester 

Manchester . . . 


May 27, 1896 


Edward H. Knight 

Medereque R. Maynard 




Oct. 26 1896 






Frank B. Perkins, Asst. Surg'on 
Frederick J. Shepard, Paym'r . 

George E. Hall, Chaplain 

Herbert C. Grime, Adjutant 

Joseph E. Porter, Quartermst'r 
James C. Sawyer, Insp. R. Prac. 


Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieut 

First Lieut 

First Lieut 






Mar. 22, 1895 




Mar. 22, 1894 




Mar. 22, 1895 




Mar. 29, 1894 




June 1, 1895 







Company A. 



Frank E. Rollins 
Edward D. Smith 
Frank H. Keenan 



Captain — ... 

First Lieut . . . 
Second Lieut, 



Dover 
Dover 
Dover 



June 3, 1895 
June 3, 1895 
June 3, 1895 



Company B. 



William Sullivan 
John F. Bagley.. 
Timothy Sullivan 



Captain 

First Lieut . .. 
Second Lieut. 



Manchester 
Manchester 
Manchester 



May 19, 1894 
April 20, 1896 
April 20, 1896 



Company C. 



Ernest M. Laraba .. 

John H. Irving 

Elbridge T. Currier 



Captain , 

First Lieut . . . 
Second Lieut. 



Manchester 
Manchester 
Manchester 



Oct. 12, 1895 
Oct. 12, 1895 
June 8, 1896 



Company D. 



David Y. Robinson 
Charles E. Hanson 
George W. Ham. . . 



Captain 

First Lieut . . . 
Second Lieut. 



Dover 
Dover 
Dover 



March 5, 1895 
March 5, 1895 
March 5, 1895 



MILITARY OFFICERS. 
Company F. 



343 



Name. 




Residence. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Edward Quimby... 
gene T. Sherburne 
njamin Leacock . . . 



Captain 

First Lieut . . . 
Second Lieut. 



Manchester 
Manchester 
Manchester 



)raham Custen 
rl F. Nelson. 
hn B. Herring 



Captain 

First Lieut . . 
Second Lieut. 



Manchester 
Manchester 
Manchester 



Jan. 31, 1896 
Jan. 31, 1896 
Jan. 31, 1896 



Company H. 


uis Comeau 

efle Raiehe 


First Lieut 

Second Lieut.. 


Manchester . . . 
Manchester . . . 


Nov. 
May 


14, 
8, 


1893 
1894 


Company K. 




Captain 

First Lieut 


Manchester . . . 
Manchester . . . 


Feb. 
Sept. 


•25, 
L8, 


1895 


chael J. Healey 


1896 


Company L. 



April 6, 1896 
April 6, 1896 
April 6, 1896 



SECOND REGIMENT. 
FIELD AfrD STAFF. 



Name. 


Rank. 


Residence. 


Date of 
Commission. 




Colonel 

Lieut. -Col 

Major 


Nashua 


Aug. 31, 1894 
Aug. 31, 1894 
Aug. 31, 1894 
Feb. 5, 1895 










Nashua 

Nashua 

Farmington . . . 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Nashua 


enry H. Jewell, Surgeon 

hn C. Parker, Asst. Surgeon, 
larles A. Roby, Paymaster . . . 

enry B. Smith, Chaplain 

larles W. Howard, Adjutant.. 
•ed E. Howe, Quartermaster, 
larles Milan iVIorse, Insp. R. P. 




Sept. 13, 1894 
April 17, 1896 
Nov. 3, 1887 
Sept. 16, 1889 
Sept. 13, 1894 
Sept. 13, 1894 
May 27, 1895 


Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieut 

First Lieut 

First Lieut 


Nashua 





Company C. 










Captain 

First Lieut 

Second Lieut.. 


Nashua 

Nashua 

Nashua 


Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 


24, 1896 




24, 1896 




24, 1896 







344 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 
Company D. 



Nami 



Rank. 



Residence. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Benton Mills 

Leon C. Hall 

Ulysses R. Campbell 



Captain 

First Lieut 

Second Lieut. 



Milford I Dec. 24,1891 

Milford Feb. 28, 1896 

Milford Feb. 28,1896 



Company E. 



James Geddis 

Fred E. Plummer — 
William W. Leighton 



Captain 

First Lieut 

Second Lieut. 



Rochester 
Rochester 
Rochester 



Feb. 15, 1893 
June 10, 1896 
Feb. 15, 1893 



Company F. 



Hermon J. Pike , 

Joseph F. Nutter — 
E. Blanchard Hayes 



Captain 

First Lieut 

Second Lieut. 



Farmington 
Farmington 
Farmington 



Mar. 22, 1895 
Mar. 22, 1895 
Mar. 22, 1895 



Company G. 



Eugene M. Keyes 

Joseph C. Reed 

Evaton P. Lettenmeyer 



Captain 

First Lieut... 
Second Lieut. 



Keene 
Keene 
Keene 



Nov. 24, 1896 
Nov. 24, 1896 
Nov. 24, 1896 



Company H. 



Paul F. Babbidge 
Truman A. Smith 
Will E. Wright.. 



Captain 

First Lieut 

Second Lieut. 



Keene 
Keene 
Keene 



May 31, 1895 
May 31, 1895 
May 31, 1895 



Company I. 



Frank H. Thompson — 
R. Brooks Manchester. 



Captain Nashua 

First Lieut Nashua 



Feb. 

Aug. 



13, 1895 
24, 1896 



Company K. 



Charles E. Faxon.. 
Arthur G. Shattuck 
Charles H. Barker. 



Captain 

First Lieut... 
Second Lieut. 



Nashua May 16,1893 

Nashua Mar. 30,1893 

Nashua May 8, 1896 



MILITARY OFFICERS. 



345 



THIRD REGIMENT. 
FIELD AND STAFF. 



Name. 



Rank. 



Residence. 



Date of 
Commission. 



ert H. Rolfe 






May 
May 


15, 1894 


liam C. Trenoweth 


Lieut. Col 


Concord 


8, 1894 


Qund Tetley 


Major 


Laconia 


Mav 


8, 1894 




Major 




May 
May 
Mav 


15 1894 






28 1894 


iur K. Day. Asst. Surgeon.. 


Captain 


Concord 


28, 1894 


>rge H. Colby, Paymaster... 


Captain 


Plymouth 


May 


28, 1894 


■ry P. Dewey, Chaplain 


Captain 


Concord 


May 


28, 1894 


»rge D. Waldron, Adjutant.. 


First Lieut 


Concord 


May 


16, 1893 


d G. Carter, Quartermaster. 


First Lieut 


Lebanon 


May 


28, 1894 


•ley B. Roby, Insp. R. Prac. 


First Lieut 


Concord 


May 


13, 1896 



Company A. 



>mas R. Wilson. 



First Lieut Portsmouth . 



Nov, 



Company C. 



tries H. Staniels.. 
hur F. McKellar.. 
'ed L. Trenoweth 



Captain 

First Lieut — 
Second Lieut. 



Concord 
Concord 
Concord 



Dec. 2, 1895 
Dec. 2, 1895 
June 7, 1895 



Company D. 



us C. Timson... 
Iter F. Walker, 
d J. Miller 



Captain 

First Lieut.... 
Second Lieut. 



Claremont 
Claremont 
Claremont 



Dec. 24, 1894 
Mav 23, 1895 
May 8, 1896 



Company E. 



3 G. Hammond Captain 

>mas F. Clifford First Lieut 

irles L. Mason Second Lieut. 



Concord 
Concord 
Concord 



May 23, 1895 
May 23, 1895 
May 23, 1895 



Company F. 



346 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 
Company G. 



Name. 



Rank. 



Residence. 



Date of 
Commission. 



George A. Freeto — 
Charles E. Cotting.. 
Charles G. Pillsbury 



Captain 

First Lieut. . . . 
Second Lieut. 



Lebanon June 1,1892 

Lebanon Oct. 11,1894 

Lebanon Feb. 8,1893 



Company H. 



Amos S.Ripley* Captain. 

Albion W. Rollins First Lieut. 

Benjamin N. Judkins Second Lieut. 



Franklin 
Franklin 
Franklin 



Mar. 25, 1896 
May 19, 1893 
May 19, 1893 



Company K. 



Edward S. Cook 

William A. Sanborn 
Allen M. Avery 



Captain 

First Lieut 

Second Lieut. 



Laconia 
Laconia 
Laconia 



May 26, 1894 
May 26, 1894 
May 26, 1894 



CAVALRY. 

TROOP A. 



Charles B. Davis.. 
Charles H. Dutton 
Clifford Gowing . . 



Captain | Peterborough, 

First Lieut : Hancock 

Second Lieut.. Peterborough 



Aug. 27, 1895 
Aug. 27, 1895 
May 27, 1895 



ARTILLERY. 
FIRST BATTERY. 



Samuel S. Piper 

Silas R. Wallace 

John A. Barker 

Charles E. Chapman 



Captain 

First Lieut... 
First Lieut... 
Second Lieut 



Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 
Manchester. 



May 1, 1876 

Mar. 28, 1896 

June 11, 1894 

May 8, 1896 



Brevet Major. 




COUNCIL CHAMBER. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



GOVERNOR. 

GEORGE A. RAMSDELL Nashua Eagle Hotel. 

COUNCIL. 

First District— JOSEPH O. HOBBS North Hampton. Eagle Hotel. 

Second District— ALLEN N. CLAPP Manchester Eagle Hotel. 

Third District— GEO. W. CUMMINGS.. ..Francestown... .Eagle Hotel. 

Fourth District— WALTER S. DAVIS Hopkinton Eagle Hotel. 

Fifth District— CRARLES F. PIPER Wolfeborough. .Eagle Hotel. 

MESSENGER. 

Walter F. Buck, Manchester, N. H. 



STATE OFFICERS. 

Secretary of State Ezra S. Stearns Rindge. 

Deputy Secretary of State Samuel H. Stearns Concord. 

State Treasurer Solon A. Carter Concord. 

Deputy State Treasurer Hiram F. Gerrish Concord. 

Adjutant-General Augustus D. Ajding Concord. 

Attorney-General Edwin G. Eastman Exeter. 

State Librarian Arthur H. Chase Concord. 

Supt. of Public Instruction Fred Gowing Nashua. 

Insurance Commissioner John C. Linehan Concord. 

Labor Commissioner Julian F. Trask Laconia. 

Secretary State Board of Health Irving A. Watson Concord. 

Sec. State Board of Agriculture Nahum J. Bachelder. ..Andover. 

Editor of State Papers Albert S. Batchellor Littleton. 

Public Printer. Arthur E. Clarke Manchester. 

Bank Commissioners Alpheus W. Baker Lebanon. 

John Hatch Greenland. 

Thomas J. Walker Concord. 

Railroad Commissioners Henry M. Putney Manchester. 

Josiah G. Bellows Walpole. 

E. B. S. Sanborn Franklin. 



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LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 



SENATE. 

resident.— CHESTER B. JORDAN, Lancaster, Eagle Hotel. R. 

ierfc.— WILLIAM R. JARVIS, Claremont, 272 N. Main. R. 

Assistant CTerL-THOMAS F. CLIFFORD, Concord, 77 Centre. R. 

ergeant-at-Arms.— JOHN DEMERITT, Madbury, Eagle Hotel. R. 

Messenger.— HENRY B. STEARNS, Manchester, 9 Elm. R. 

doorkeeper — HORACE B. SHERBURNE, Concord (Penacook). R. 



District No 



SENATORS. 

1. — Chester B. Jordan, Lancaster, 
2.— Charles H. Greenleaf, Franconia, 
3.— Harry M. Cheney, Lebanon, 
4.— Samuel B. Wiggin, Sandwich, 
5.— A. Crosby Kennett, Conway, 
6.— Charles C. Kenrick, Franklin, 
7.— Seth M. Richards, Newport, 
8.— Thomas N. Hastings, Walpole, 
9.— Willis G. Buxton, Boscawen, 
10.— Gardner B. Emmons, Concord, 
11.— James G. Fellows, Pembroke, 
12.— Albert Wallace, Rochester, 
13.— Frederic A. Faulkner, Keene, 
14.— Lemuel F. Liscom, Hinsdale, 
15.— Charles Scott, Peterborough, 
16.— Loring B. Bodwell, Manchester, 
17.— Zebulon F. Campbell, Manchester, 
18.— Timothy J. Howard, Manchester, 
19.— Horace S. Ashley, Nashua, 
20.— Nathaniel Wentworth, Hudson, 
21.— Rufus E. Graves, Brentwood, 
22.— John T. Welch, Dover, 
23. — Frank H. Durgin, Newmarket, 
24.— John W. Emery, Portsmouth, 



Eagle Hotel. 


R. 


Eagle Hotel. 


R. 


Eagle Hotel. 


R. 


8 Green. 


R. 


Eagle Hotel. 


R 


Eagle Hotel. 


R. 


Eagle Hotel. 


R 


Eagle Hotel. 


R 


Home. 


R. 


Home. 


R. 


Home. 


R. 


Eagle Hotel. 


R 


Eagle Hotel. 


R 


38 Pleasant. 


R 


12 Park. 


R 


Eagle Hotel. 


R. 


Eagle Hotel. 


R 


Eagle Hotel. 


D 


Eagle Hotel. 


R 


Eagle Hotel. 


R 


Eagle Hotel. 


R 


Eagle Hotel. 


R 


Eagle Hotel. 


R 


Eagle Hotel. 


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Republicans, 22. Democrats, 2. 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE. 



Judiciary . — Senate Reception Room. 
Senators Buxton, Cheney, Faulkner, Wiggin, Howard. 

Revision of Latvs. — Senate Reception Room. 
Senators Welch, Scott, Graves, Liscom, Howard. 
Railroads. — Senate Reception Room. 
Senators Wallace, Kenrick, Greenleaf, Ashley, Emery. 

Banks. — Senate Reception Room. 
Senators Richards, Fellows, Kennett, Wallace, Wentworth. 

Finance. — Room 7. 
Senators Faulkner, Graves, Ashley, Durgin, Wiggin. 

Agriculture. — Senate Reception Room. 
Senators Hastings, Kenrick, Kennett, Fellows, Emmons. 

Manufactures . — Senate Reception Room. 
Senators Kennett, Faulkner, Welch, Campbell, Durgin. 
Education. — Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. 
Senators Durgin, Welch, Hastings, Richards, Scott. 

Incorporations . — Room 7. 
Senators Cheney, Greenleaf, Bodwell, Hastings, Wallace. 

Military Affairs. — Adjutant- General's Office. 
Senators Scott, Liscom, Wentworth, Buxton, Howard. 

Claims.— Room 11 . 
Senators Liscom, Scott, Emery, Cheney, Campbell. 

Towns and Parishes.— Room 11. 
Senators Graves, Wiggin, Ashley, Bodwell, Greenleaf 

Roads, Bridges, and Canals.— Senate Reception Room. 
Senators Greenleaf, Kennett, Bodwell, Liscom, Welch. 
State Prison and Industrial School. — Adjutant-GeneraVs Office. 
Senators Campbell, Buxton, Faulkner, Durgin, Graves. 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 353 

Elections. — Room 11. 
Senators Ashley, Emery, Kenrick, Wentworth, Emmons. 

Asylum for the Insane. — Room 7. 
Senators Emmons, Cheney, Richards, Wallace, Kennett. 

Labor. — Senate Reception Room. 
Senators Fellows, Hastings, Ashley, Emmons, Wiggin. 

Soldiers' Home. — Adj utant- General' s Office. 
Senators Bodwell, Scott, Fellows, Wentworth, Emery. 

Fisheries and Game.— Room 7. 
Senators Wentworth, Campbell, Cheney, Greenleaf, Richards. 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 



Engrossed Bills.— Office of Secretary of State. 

Senators Wiggin, Buxton. 

State Library. — State Library. 

Senator Howard. 

State House and State House Yard.— State Library. 

Senator Kenrick. 

23 



RULES OF THE SENATE. 



1. Journal— when read. 

2. Conversation of senators— 
when prohibited. 

3. Conduct of members when 
speaking. 

4. Members allowed to speak 
twice. 

5. President shall recognize 
whom. 

6. Member called to order; ques- 
tion how decided. 

7. Member absenting himself. 

8. Motion seconded; reduced to 
writing when. 

9. Precedence of motions; motion 
not allowed at same stage of 
bill. 

10. Question— when divided. 

11. Dispute about reading paper- 
how decided. 

12. Roll-call; every one must vote. 

13. Secret sessions of senate. 

14. Vote decided; how reconsid- 
ered. 

15. Petitions, etc.— how intro- 
duced. 

16. Notice of bills. 

17. Progress of bills. 

18. What resolutions treated as 
bills. 

19. Bills read second time by their 
titles. 



20. Titles of bills. 

21. Senate, acting as committee of 
whole. 

22. Bills on second reading— last 
question. How amended on 
third reading. 

23. Amendments entered on jour- 
nal. 

24. President to sign bills and 
warrants. 

25. Standing committees. 

26. Who appoints committees. 

27. Joint committees. Number sen- 
ate entitled to. 

28. Message to house sent by 
clerk. 

29. Governor's message— when re- 
ceived. 

30. Members to vote — division of 
senate, when. 

31. Visitors to senate allowed 
when. 

32. Hours of meeting. 

33. No debate on motions to ad- 
journ. 

34. How to suspend or rescind 
standing rules of senate. 

35. All bills and joint resolutions 
printed except private acts- 
how forwarded. Headings of 
bills and joint resolutions. 



1. The president having taken the chair, and a quorum being present 
the journal of the preceding day shall be read, and any erroneous entry 
shall be corrected. 

2. No member shall hold conversation with another during the read- 
ing of the journal, or while a member is speaking in debate. 

3. Every member, rising to speak, shall address the president, and 
when he has finished shall sit down. 

4. No member shall speak more than twice on the same question, on 
the same day, without leave of the senate. 



RULES OF THE SENATE. 355 

More than one member rising to speak at the same time, the presi- 
t shall decide who shall speak first. 

If any member transgress the rules of the senate, the president 
11, or any member may, call him to order; — in which case the mem- 
so called to order shall sit down, and the senate, if appealed to, 
11 decide in the case; but if there be no appeal, the decision of the 
sident shall be conclusive. 

No member shall absent himself without permission from the 
ite. 

A motion shall be seconded before it is debated, and if required 
he president or any member, it shall be reduced to writing. 

When a question is under debate, no motion shall be received but 
djourn, to postpone indefinitely, to lay on the table, to postpone to 
rtain day, to commit, or to amend, which several motions shall take 
^edence in the order in which they are arranged. And no motion 
>ostpone indefinitely, to postpone to a certain day, or to commit, 
lg decided, shall be in order at the same stage of the bill or propo- 
}n until after an adjournment. 

. If the question under debate will admit of division, any member 
t have it divided; and in filling blanks, the longest time and the 
jest sum shall be put first. 

. When the reading of a paper is called for, and the same is 
jcted to, it shall be decided by a vote of the senate, and without 
ate. 

. When the yeas and nays are required, each member shall declare 
assent or dissent to the question, unless for special reasons he be 
used by the senate. 

. When a motion is made to shut the doors of the senate, on the 
jussion of any business which in the opinion of any member may 
aire secrecy, the president shall require the gallery to be closed; 

the doors shall remain closed until the subject is disposed of. 
. After a motion has been decided, it shall be in order for any 
nber who voted with the majority, or if the senate be equally 
ided, any member voting on the side prevailing, to move for a 
msideration thereof, unless the bill, resolution, report, amend- 
it, or motion on which the vote was taken, has gone from the pos- 
iion of the senate; but no motion to reconsider shall be in order 
3ss made the same day on which the vote was taken, or the next 

after that on which the vote was taken, on which the senate shall 
n session. 

. Before any petition or memorial address to the senate shall be 
2ived and read, a brief statement of the contents thereof shall be 
le by the member introducing the same. 

. Any member, on giving notice of asking leave to bring in a bill, 
11 state the nature of the bill he proposes to introduce, and at least 
day's notice shall be given before a motion for leave shall be in 
er. 

. Every bill shall be read three times before its passage, and the 
sident shall give notice at each time whether it be the first, second, 
hird reading; and no bill after it has been read a second time, shall 
e a third reading before an adjournment. 



356 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



18. All resolutions which may require the signature of the governor 
shall be treated in the same manner as bills. 

19. When a bill shall have been read a first time and ordered to a 
second reading, it shall be immediately read a second time by its title, 
and by the president referred to the appropriate standing committee, 
unless otherwise ordered by the senate. 

20. All bills introduced in the senate, to repeal or modify an exist- 
ing statute, shall refer to the act proposed to be repealed or modified 
by the title and session at which it was passed; and no bill shall refer 
to any statute by the number of the chapter of the pamphlet laws. 

21. The senate may resolve itself into a committee of the whole at 
any time on motion made for that purpose; and in forming a commit- 
tee of the whole, the president shall leave the chair, and appoint a 
chairman to preside in committee. The president may at any time 
name any member to perform the duties of the chair; but such substi- 
tution shall not extend beyond one legislative day. 

22. The last question, upon the second reading of a bill or resolution, 
shall always be, Shall it be read a third time? — and no amendment shall 
be received or discussed on the third reading of any bill or resolution 
unless by consent of sixteen members present, but it shall at all times 
be in order, before the final passage of a bill or resolution, to move its 
commitment; and should such commitment take place, and an amend- 
ment be reported, the bill or resolution shall again be read a second 
time, and considered as in committee of the whole. 

23. The titles of bills, and such parts thereof as may be affected by 
proposed amendments, shall be entered on the journals. 

24. All bills, resolutions, and addresses, after passing the senate 
shall be signed by the president; and all warrants and other processes 
issued by order of the senate shall be under his hand and seal, attested 
by the clerk. 

25. The following standing committees, to consist of five members 
each, shall be appointed at the commencement of any session, with 
leave to report by bill or otherwise: A committee on the judiciary; a 
committee on incorporations; a committee on labor; a committee on 
military affairs; a committee on roads, bridges, and canals; a commit- 
tee on claims; a committee on railroads; a committee on banks; a 
committee on agriculture; a committee on manufactures; a committee 
on elections; a committee on education; a committee on finance; a 
committee on state prison and industrial school; a committee on asy- 
lum for the insane; a committee on revision of the laws; a commitee 
on towns and parishes; a committee on Soldiers' Home; and a commit- 
tee on fisheries and game. 

26. All committees shall be appointed by the president, unless a 
member request that the appointment shall be by ballot, in which case 
it shall be so done. 

27. When the senate shall concur with the house of representatives 
in the appointment of a joint committee, consisting of not more than 
five members of the house, two members shall be added on the part of 
the senate; but when more than five, three members of the senate shall 
be added. 



RULES OF THE SENATE. 357 

Messages shall be sent to the house of representatives by the 
k of the senate. 

Messages from the governor or house of representatives may be 
ived at all times, except when the senate is engaged in putting the 
tion, in calling the yeas and nays, in counting the ballots, or in 
ling the journal. 

All questions shall be put by the president, and each member of 

enate shall signify his assent or dissent by answering yea or nay. 

le president doubts, or a division is called for, the senate shall 

Those in the affirmative of the question shall first rise from 

r seats and stand till they be counted, and afterwards those in the 

ative shall rise and stand till they be counted. Th president shall 

rise and state the decision of the senate. 

No person except the members of the executive, or members of 
house of representatives and its officers, shall be admitted within 
bar of the senate, except by invitation of the president, or some 
Qber with bis consent. 

The senate shall adjourn to meet at eleven o'clock in the morning 
three o'clock in the afternoon of each day unless the senate shall 
?rwise order. 

Motions to adjourn shall be decided without debate. 
No standing rule of the senate shall be suspended unless two 
ds of the members present vote in favor thereof, and no rule shall 
escinded unless one day's notice of the motion has been given and 
thirds of those present vote therefor. 

. Every bill and joint resolution, except private acts, originating 
he senate, which has been favorably reported upon by the corn- 
tee having it in charge, shall be declared by the president laid 
n the table, and the clerk directed to procure a sufficient number 
Tinted copies thereof for the use of the senate; and that when said 
3 and joint resolutions are printed and distributed, the clerk shall 
se a copy of the same to be laid on the president's table, and they 
11 be taken up in their order without motion, and disposed 
n the same manner as they would have been had they not been 
lared laid on the table. And every bill or joint resolution so intro- 
ed shall be headed senate bill, or joint resolution, as the case may be. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

JANUARY SESSION, 1897. 



OFFICERS. 

Speaker. 
JAMES F. BRIGGS, Manchester, Eagle Hotel. 

Clerk. 
ELIPHALET F. PHILBRICK, Concord, 13 South Spring. 

Assistant Clerk. 
HENRY E. BROCK, Conway, 64 Warren. 

Sergeant-at-Arms. 
JAMES H. WILLOUGHBY, Nashua, Eagle Hotel. 

Chaplain. 
REV. FRANK L. PHALEN, Concord, 47 Warren. 



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Doorkeepers of House. 

JOHN WOODWARD, Littleton, sy 2 Beacon. 
EDWIN P. HUNT, Harrisville, Commercial. 
CHARLES W. TORR, Dover, Commercial. 

Doorkeeper of Committee Rooms. 
JOHN H. WILLEY, Manchester, Home. 

Warden of Cloak Boom. 
CHARLES T. HUNTOON, Concord, 47 Franklin. 

Pages of the House. 

JAMES F. ESTES, Meredith, Home. 
JOHN W. ODLIN, Concord, 19 Centre. 
EDWARD PLUMMER, Manchester, Home. 
FRED P. RICHARDSON, Concord, 11 Merrimack. 
RALPH W. GORDON, Canaan, Home. 



Library Messengers. 

ANDY HOLT, Lyndeborough, 15 Maple. 
SILAS G. CLIFFORD, Derry, 64 Warren. 



Stenographer of Judiciary Committee. 
JOHN J. NICHOLS, Concord, 124 South. 

Tellers. 

Division 1, Lewando, Wolfeborough. 
Division 2, Huntington, Hanover. 
Division 3, Wilcomb, Chester. 
Division 4, French, Moultonborough. 
Division 5, Pender, Portsmouth. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 361 

Reporters. 

Concord Evening Monitor, H. C. Pearson. 

People and Patriot, H. C. Pearson. 

Manchester Union, G. W. Fowler, James E. Coffin. 

Mirror and American, L. B. Brown. 

Portsmoxith Times, H. H. Metcalf. 

Boston Journal, George H. Moses. 

Boston Herald, A. H. Robinson. 

N. E. Associated Press, D. B. Donovan. 

The Associated Press, H. C. Pearson. 

Senate Reporter, I. E. Keeler. 



MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE. 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 



Atkinson, did not send. 

Auburn, Martin L. Piper r 

Brentwood, Arthur W. Dudley. . .r 

Candia, George E. Eaton r 

Chester, Arthur H. Wilcomb r 

Danville, A. M. Johnson r 

Deerfield, Loring D. Ladd r 

Derry, Alvin J. Seavey r 

Edwin N. Whitney r 

East Kingston, did not send. 

Epping, Abram W. Mitchell d 

Exeter, William P. Chadwick r 

Rufus N. Elwell r 

Sperry French r 

John D. Lyman r 

Fremont, Arthur T. Smith r 

Greenland, Edwin C. Foss r 

Hampstead, James W. Sanborn. .?• 
Hampton, Warren M. Batchelder.d 
Hampton Falls, W. J. Prescott... .r 



Kensington, Benj. G. Moulton 

Kingston, Wm. A. Bakie 

Londonderry, R. W. Pillsbury 
Newcastle, Oliver V. Randall 
Newington, did not send. 
Newfields, Charles E. Durell.. 



.d 



.. .r 
...d 



Newmarket, John H. Griffin r 

Alvah H. Place r 

Newton, N. G. Whidden r 

North Hampton, Geo. L. Garland .r 
Northwood, Charles A. Brickett. .r 

Nottingham, Wm. F. Watson r 

Plaistow, Arthur E. Hoyt r 

Portsmouth,— 

Ward 1, William E.Pierce r 

George B. Wallace r 

Ward 2, Herbert B. Dow r 

John Pender r 

Harry B. Yeaton r 

Ward 3, William Sladen r 

Ward 4, Charles W. Coleman. . .r 

Ward 5, Michael J. Griffin d 

Raymond, George H. Guptill.. . . .d 

Rye, Charles A. Drake r 

Salem, C. F. Kimball r 

James E wins r 

Sandown, George S. Sanborn r 

Seabrook, Frank E. Locke r 

South Hampton, did not send. 

Stratham, J. C. A. Wingate r 

Windham, Horace Berry. r 



Republicans, 40. Democrats, 6. 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 



Barrington, J. H. Waterhouse r 

Dover,— 

Wardl, E. C. Berry r 

J. F. Stevens r 

Ward 2, Chesley Drew r 

Joseph N. Holt r 

Adams T. Peirce r 



Dover, Ward 3, J. B. Stevens r 

J. W. Leavitt r 

Ward 4, H. A. Worthen., r 

T. E. Varney r 

B. P. Peirce r 

Ward 5, J. J. Cassidy d 

David McFadden d 



MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE. 



363 



MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE.— Strafford County.— Continued. 



'ham, Daniel Chesley r 

•mington, George V. Card r 

Henry C. Nutter r 

John D. Otis ..r 

, Frank D. Randall r 

dbury, James H. Demeritt r 

Idleton, Frederick A. Orne r 

ton, Frank G. Home r 

w Durham, H. E. Chamberlin. . r 

Chester,— 

fard 1, John I. Rankin r 

ard 2, George V. Severance, .r 
^ard 3, John E. Meader r 



Rochester,— 

Ward 4, Edward L. Miles r 

Ward 5, Charles W. Gerrish r 

Ward 6, Osmon B. Warren r 

Rollinsford, Edwin A. Stevens... r 
Fred Plumer r 

Somersworth,— 

Ward 1, David R. Pierce r 

Ward 2, Fred Wiesner r 

Ward 3, Napoleon H. Gilbert.. d 

Ward 4, Michael O'Malley d 

Ward 5, James A. Kearns d 

Strafford, Frank H. Hall d 



Republicans, 30. Democrats, 6. 



BELKNAP COUNTY. 



on, William R. Clough r 

nstead, Lyman H.Jenkins r 

mont, Francis L. Gerald r 

iter Harbor, did not send. 

ford, Charles W.Rollins d 

manton, George F. Kelley r 

;onia, 

7 ard 1, David B. Story d 

/■ard 2, Stephen S. Jewett r 



Laconia, Ward 3, Elmer S. Tilton.r 
Ward 4, James McGloughlin — r 

Ward 5, Samuel H. Martin r 

Ward 6, Ransom D. Buzzell r 

Clarence W. Plummer..r 

Meredith, Fred H. Smith r 

New Hampton, Joseph C.Tilton, d 

Sanbornton, Cyrus Swain r 

Tilton, Edwin G. Morrison r 



Republicans, 13. Democrats, 



CARROLL COUNTY 



any, did not send. 

tlett, Joel F. Robinson r 

okfield, William A. Bixby . . . .d 

itham, Edwin S. Lang r 

iway, J. E. Morrill r 

Nathan W. Pease r 

on, Everett A. Stanley r 

ngham, James M. Leavitt r 

edom, George I. Philbrick d 

•t's Location, did not send, 
kson, J. B. Hurlin r 



Madison, John H, Burke r 

Moultonboro'. James E. French.. r 

Ossipee, Dana J. Brown d 

Sandwich, Henry F. Dorr d 

Tamworth, John D. Hidden r 

Tuftonborough, Jacob Hodgdon.r 

Wakefield, Luther P. Wiggin r 

Wolf eboro', James Stevenson r 

Geo. A. Carpenter — r 
Joseph Lewando r 



Republicans, 15. Democrats, 4. 



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MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE.— Continued. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 



Allenstown, Ernest Fontaine r 

Andover, Barron Shirley d 

Boscawen, Frank L. Gerrish r 

Bow, John B. Baker r 

Bradford, Freem'n H.Gillingham,?- 

Canterbury, Philip C. Clough r 

Chichester, Otis T. Maxfield r 

Concord,— 
Ward 1, Henry E. Chamberlin..r 

John H. Moore r 

Ward 2, Daniel B. Sanborn d 

Ward 3, George Partridge r 

Ward 4, James O. Lyford r 

Myron J. Pratt .r 

Timothy P. Sullivan . . .?• 

Ward 5, Frank Battles r 

Benjamin C. White r 

Ward 6, Samuel F. Patterson...?- 

C. C. Nutter d 

Ward 7, Horace L. Ingalls r 

James W. Lane r 

Ward 8, Howard F. Hill d 

Ward 9, William J. Ahern d 

Danbury, C. A. Martin d 

Dunbarton, did not send. 



Epsom, James L. Bickford r 

Franklin,— 

Ward 1, Walter H. Stewart r 

Ward 2, Dennis E. Sullivan d 

Ward 3, Fred Aiken r 

Henniker, Fred N. Webster r 

Hill, Charles F. Adams r 

Hooksett, Robert B. Neal r 

Arthur G. Robie r 

Hopkinton, Cyrus F. Dustin d 

Edward D. French...?- 

Loudon, Jeremiah A. Clough d 

Newbury, voted not to send. 
New London, Edwin P. Burpee... r 

Northfield, Daniel E. Hill r 

Pembroke, Almon F. Burbank ?• 

George E. Gordon r 

George E. Miller r 

Pittsfield, Newman Durell r 

John S. Rand r 

Salisbury, Andrew H. Parsons — r 

Sutton, John H. Ke3 T ser r 

Warner, Benjamin F. Heath r 

Webster, Roger E. Foster r 

Wilmot, Samuel C. Waldron d 



Republicans, 36. Democrats, 10. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 



Amherst, Eugene C. Hubbard r 

Antrim, Henry A. Hurlin r 

Bedford, Edmund B. Hull r 

Bennington, Herbert A. Eaton r 

Brookline, O. D. Fessenden d 

Deering, Charles W. Forsaith d 

Francestown, E. W. H. Farnum..r 
Goffstown, John W. Hoit r 

Charles E. Pollard r 

Greenfield, George P. Holt r 

Greenville, Isaiah Wheeler r 

Hancock, James S. Hayward d 

Hillsboro', Andrew J. Crooker r 

Willis S. Marcy r 



Hollis, Charles E . Hardy d 

Hudson, Edwin S. Gowing r 

Lyndeborough, Harry R. Chase..?- 
Litchfield, did not send. 
Manchester,— 

Ward 1, Joseph B. Baril r 

Albert S. Raymond r 

Charles D. Sumner r 

Ward 2, James F. Briggs r 

George E. Heath r 

Albert M. Marr r 

Ward 3, Harry B. Cilley.. r 

George M. L. Lane r 

Cyrus H. Little r 



MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE. 



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iEMBERS OF THE HOUSE.— Hillsborough County.— Continued. 



inchester,— 

Vard 3, Jesse B. Pattee r 

Henry G. Seaman r 

Emil A. Sylvain r 

Vard 4, Charles H. Bodwell r 

Warren Harvej' r 

Desire Laoeville r 

Chas. H. Richardson. . .r 

John S. "Wheeler r 

Harrie M. Young .r 

Ward 5, John A. Connolly d 

Arthur Allen d 

John T.Kelly d 

Andrew J. Murray d 

Timothy J. Connors — d 
John A. Whalen d 

Ward 6, Herbert S. Clough r 

Frank H. Libbey r 

Byron E. Moore r 

Nelson W. Paige r 

Ward 7, Johann A. Graf r 

Albert S. Thompson r 

Ward 8, James Spence r 

Andrew C. "Wallace r 

Henry "Weber r 

Ward 9, Joseph Lariviere d 

Mederique R. Maynard.r 

Horace P. Simpson r 

John F. Martin d 

ason, Henry B. Hosmer r 

srrimack, Harrison E. Herrick, r 

ilford, Charles D. Holt r 

Republicans, 65. 



Milford, William R. Howard r 

A. L. Keyes r 

Mont Vernon, W. G. Burnham....r 
Nashua, 

Ward 1, James E. Colburn r 

Charles H. Holden r 

Ward 2, B. C. Buttrick r 

H. A. Marsh r 

Ward 3, H. T. Ledoux d 

J. F. Garvey d 

Ward 4, C. H. Morse d 

Ward 5, J. P. Cronin r 

Ward 6, W. A. Cummings r 

W. H. Greenleaf r 

Ward 7, N. H. Proctor d 

W. A. Shedd... r 

Ward 8, R. R. Hooper r 

A.T. Tyler r 

Ward 9, Lotie I. Minard r 

Alphonse Chagnon r 

New Boston, Henry Kelso r 

New Ipswich, W. R. Thompson. . .r 

Pelham, George C. Jackman d 

Peterborough, Silas M. Smith r 

Forest G. Field r 

Sharon, did not send. 
Temple, did not send. 

Weare, John W. Hanson r 

Wilton, George E. Bales d 

S. B. Center d 

Windsor, did not send. 



Democrats, 19. 



CHESHIRE COUNTY 



stead, F. M. Forristall r 

lesterfield, James C. Farwell...r 

ablin, Charles F. Appleton r 

tzwilliam, Samuel S. Stone r 

ilsum, Herbert E. Adams r 

arrisville, Francis Stratton r 

insdale, J. W. Jeffords r 

C. C.Holton r 

ffrey, Derostus P. Emory r 



Keene,— 

Ward 1, Daniel C. Howard r 

Adolph W. Pressler r 

Ward 2, Aaron R. Gleason r 

Ward 3, Alfred T. Batchelder.. .r 

Ward 4, Bertram Ellis r 

Ward 5, Daniel W. Barker r 

Marlboro', Charles O. Whitney... r 
Marlow, R. F. Craig r 



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MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE.— Cheshire County.— Continued. 



Nelson, did not send. 
Richmond, did not send. 

Rindge, Clarence E. Towne r 

Roxbury, Chas. W. Buckminster, r 

Stoddard, Charles H. Merrill d 

Sullivan, Henry W. Hubbard r 

Surry, Mason A. Carpenter r 

Republicans, 26. 



Swanzey, James M. Ramsdell r 

Troy, Alva S. Clark r 

Walpole, James Barrett d 

John W. Prentiss d 

Westmoreland, Fred E. Cole r 

Winchester, Andrew J. Hills r 

John P. Nutting r 

Democrats, 3. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



Acworth, George P. Dickey r 

Charlestown, N. G. Brooks r 

Claremont, Burt Chellis r 

,F. E. Freeman r 

W. M. Smith r 

George T. StockwelL.r 

J. M. Whipple, Jr r 

Cornish, Wm. W. Balloch . r 

Croydon, Alonzo Allen r 

Goshen, did not send. 



Grantham, George H. Walker... d 
Langdon, did not send. 

Lempster, B. N. Gordon r 

Newport, Henry Tubbs r 

E.H.Carr r 

Plainfleld, E. G. Beers r 

Springfield, Orrin F. Hill r 

Sunapee, John Z. Bartlett r 

Unity, G. W. Morgan. r 

Washington, Iram F. Woods d 



Republicans, 16. Democrats, 2. 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 



Alexandria, Warren F. Keyser...d 

Ashland, Frank L. Hughes r 

Bath, Henry C. Carbee r 

Benton, William Kendall r 

Bethlehem, E. E. Bishop d 

Bridgewater, did not send. 

Bristol, Ira A. Chase r 

Oampton, David B. Pulsifer r 

Canaan, Richard R Smith r 

Dorchester, William R. Park, Jr..r 
Easton, did not send. 

Ellsworth, Samuel Sherburn d 

Enfield, G. E. Whitney r 

Franconia, Elmore Whipple d 

Grafton, Edwin L. Sargent r 

Groton, Llewellyn L. Cheever r 

Hanover, John L. Bridgman r 

Newton S. Huntington. r 

Haverhill, Charles R. Gibson r 

Francis S. Sleeper r 



Hebron, George B. Barnard d 

Holderness, Robert P. Curry r 

Landaff, James K. P. Young d 

Lebanon, Henry M. Day r 

George S. R >gers r 

Milton S. Woodman r 

Lincoln, James E. Hemy r 

Lisbon, Almon E. Parker r 

Lucien F. Ash r 

Littleton, William H. Bellows.... r 
Benjamin W. Kilburn..r 

Frank I. Parker r 

Livermore, did not send. 

Lyman, Charles E. Woolson r 

Lyme, David A. Grant r 

Monroe, Charles H. Hosford r 

Orange, John H. French d 

Orford, Edwin C. Franklin r 

Piermont, Abram D. Ford r 

Plymouth, Walter W. Mason r 



MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE. 



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MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE.— Grafton County.— Continued. 



ymouth, Henry C. Currier r 

imney, Henry W. Herbert d 

lornton, John F. Merrill d 

arren, Frank C. Clement d 



Waterville, did not send. 

Wentworth, John B. Foster d 

Woodstock, did not send. 



Republicans, 31. Democrats, 11. 



COOS COUNTY. 



srlin, Carlos P. Day r 

Oliver Lambert r 

John L. Oswell r 

irroll, William A. Barron r 

arksville, did not send. 

>lebrook, Henry H. Gould r 

)lumbia, Miles W. Gray r 

ilton, Joseph W. Brown r 

ummer, did not send. 
i*rol, did not send. 

Drham, Alfred N. Twitchell d 

fferson, E. A. Crawford, Jr r 

incaster, George A. Hartford.. r 

Republicans, 1! 



Lancaster, G. W. Lane r 

J. A. Monahan r 

Milan, James T. Vincent r 

Northumberl'd, F. G. McKellips..r 

Pittsburg, F. H. Washburn r 

Randolph, did not send. 
Shelburne, Wesley W. Wheeler.. r 

Stark, John Roberts d 

Stewartstown, Perley Kaapp r 

Stratford, William R. Danforth..r 
Wentworth's Locat'n, did not send. 

Whitefield, Frank D. Bell r 

Charles F. Noyes r 

Democrats, 2. 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE. 



ON AGRICULTURE. — OFFICE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 



Lyman, of Exeter, 
Farnum, of Francestown, 
Parker, of Littleton, 
Crooker of Hillsborough, 
Dickey of Acworth, 
Knapp, of Stewartstown, 



Towne, of Rindge, 
Demeritt, of Madbury, 
Lang, of Chatham, 
Grant, of Lyme, 
Sanborn, of Concord, 
Dustin, of Hopkinton. 



ON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. — OFFICE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 



Peirce (B. P.) of Dover, 
Moore, of Concord, 
Johnson, of Danville, 
Chesley, of Durham, 
Herrick, of Merrimack, 
Smith, of Meredith, 



Maynard, of Manchester, 
Forristall, of Alstead, 
Hartford, of Lancaster, 
Kimball, of Salem, 
Clough, of Loudon, 
Foster, of Wentworth. 



ON APPROPRIATIONS.— ROOM 5. 



Ellis, of Keene, 

Henry, of Lincoln, 

McKellips, of Northumberland, 

Ahern, of Concord, 

Hooper, of Nashua, 

Stewart, of Franklin, 



Pierce, of Portsmouth, 
Waterhouse, of Barrington, 
Wiggin, of Wakefield, 
Graf, of Manchester, 
Tubbs, of Newport, 
Rollins, of Gilford. 



ON ASYLUM FOR INSANE.— ROOM 5. 



Wingate, of Stratham, 
Sylvain, of Manchester, 
Gleason, of Keene, 
Sullivan, of Concord, 
Coburn, of Nashua, 
Gerrish, of Rochester, 



Ash, of Lisbon, 
Bell, of Whitefield, 
Carbee, of Bath, 
Mitchell, of Epping, 
Walker, of Grantham, 
Story, of Laconia. 



HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEES. 



369 



BANKS.— BANK COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 



>ws, of Littleton, 

i, of Lancaster, 

er, of Webster, 

ando, of Wolfeborough, 

then, of Dover, 

on, of Portsmouth, 



Hanson, of Weare, 
Whipple, of Claremont, 
Emory, of Jaffrey, 
Wallace, of Manchester, 
Prentiss, of Walpole, 
Nutter, of Concord. 



CLAIMS.— ROOT 



ch, of Moultonborough, 
rick, of Nashua, 
lace, of Portsmouth, 
?, of Middleton, 
r, of Manchester, 
ich, of Hopkinton, 



Holton, of Hinsdale, 
Gordon, of Lempster, 
Gould, of Colebrook, 
Laneville, of Manchester, 
Barnard, of Hebron, 
Guptill, of Raymond. 



ON COUNTY AFFAIRS.— ROOM 8. 



ce (A. T.), of Dover, 
taine, of Allenstown, 
jster, of Henniker, 
lin, of Jackson, 
rish, of Boscawen, 
mond, of Manchester, 



Hills, of Winchester, 
Day, of Lebanon, 
Kelley, of Gilmanton, 
Barron, of Carroll, 
Randall, of New Castle, 
Woods, of Washington. 



EDUCATION.— OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 



ens (J. B.), of Dover, 
ich, of Exeter, 
Ch, of Warner, 
ers, of Lebanon, 
rs, of Plainfleld, 
y, of Columbia, 



Wilcomb, of Chester, 
Thompson, of New Ipswich, 
Battles, of Concord, 
Plumerj of Rollinsford, 
Philbrick, of Freedom, 
Hayward, of Hancock. 



ELECTIONS.— ROOM 4. 



ell, of Exeter, 
His, of Claremont, 
pitt, of Dover, 
sell, of Laconia, 
enson, of Wolfeborough. 
ser, of Sutton, 
24 



Baril, of Manchester, 
Jeffords, of Hinsdale, 
Balloch, of Cornish, 
Ford, of Piermont, 
Twitchell, of Gorham, 
Martin, of Danbury, 



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ON FISHERIES AND GAME. — ROOM 10. 



Hughes, of Ashland, 
Battles, of Concord, 
Cilley, of Manchester, 
Washburn, of Pittsburg, 
Card, of Farmington, 
Bartlett, of Sunapee, 



Gillingham, of Bradford, 
Heath, of Manchester, 
Hoyt, of Plaistow, 
Jenkins, of Barnstead, 
Clement, of Warren, 
Bixby, of Brookfleld. 



ON FORESTRY.— ROOM 



Burpee, of New London, 
Hubbard, of Amherst, 
Sladen, of Portsmouth, 
Wiesner, of Somersworth, 
McGloughlin, of Laconia, 
Robinson, of Bartlett, 



Lane, of Concord, 
Hill, of Springfield, 
Wheeler, of Shelburne, 
Keyser, of Alexandria, 
Whalen, of Manchester, 
Barrett, of Walpole. 



ON INCORPORATIONS.— ROOM 9. 



Dudley, of Brentwood, 
Pratt, of Concord, 
Franklin, of Orford, 
Thompson, of Manchester, 
Stevens 'J. F.), of Dover, 
Tilton, of Laconia, 



Holt, of Milford, 
Hodgdon, of Tuftonborough, 
Dow, of Portsmouth, 
Smith, of Claremont, 
Garvey, of Nashua, 
Roberts, of Stark. 



ON INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.— ROOM 9. 



Lane, of Manchester, 
Robie, of Hooksett, 
Seavey, of Derry, 
White, of Concord, 
Oswell, of Berlin, 
Hoit, of Goffstown, 



Barker, of Keene, 
Allen, of Croydon, 
Morrill, of Conway, 
Herbert, of Rumney, 
Morse, of Nashua, 
McFadden, of Dover. 



ON INSURANCE.— INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE. 



Pender, of Portsmouth, 
Hidden, of Tamworth, 
Chamberlin, of CoDcord, 
Stockwell, of Claremont, 
Howard, of Keene, 
Marsh, of Nashua, 



Monahan, of Lancaster, 
Swain, of Sanbornton, 
Patterson, of Concord, 
Home, of Milton, 
Sleeper, of Haverhill, 
Center, of Wilton. 



The speaker, 
Bales, of Wilton 



ON JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE. — REPRESENTATIVES' HALL. 

I Little, of Manchester. 



HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEES. 



371 



ON JUDICIARY.— ROOM 1. 



elder, of Keene, 
d, of Concord, 
t, of Laconia, 
, of Somersworth, 
n, of Laconia, 
of Wilton, 



Little, of Manchester, 
Pattee, of Manchester, 
Chellis, of Claremont, 
Pillsbury, of Londonderry, 
Chadwick, of Exeter, 
Burbank, of Pembroke. 



ON LABOR.— LABOR COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE. 



ice, of Manchester, 
, of Auburn, 
of Nashua, 
idge, of Concord, 
mt, of Grafton, 
all, of Lee, 



Stratton, of Harrisville, 
Parks, of Dorchester, 
Sumner, of Manchester, 
Freeman, of Claremont, 
Proctor, of Nashua, 
Kearns, of Somersworth. 



ON LIQUOR LAWS.— ROOM 9. 



orth, of Stratford, 
irn, of Littleton, 
jury, of Londonderry, 
in, of Antrim, 
mer, of Laconia, 
ham, of Mont Vernon, 



Moore, of Manchester, 
Carpenter, of Wolfeborough 
Berry, of Dover, 
Griffin, of Portsmouth, 
Sullivan, of Franklin, 
Waldron, of Wilmot. 



ON MANUFACTURES. — ROOT 



1, of Franklin, 
ney, of Enfield, 
ney, of Marlborough, 
ey, of Eaton, 
lan, of Manchester, 
ney, of Derry, 



Rankin, of Rochester, 
Page, of Manchester, 
Miller, of Pembroke, 
Cassidy, of Dover, 
Moulton, of Kensington, 
Allen, of Manchester. 



ON MILEAGE. 



in, of Nashua, 

md, of North Hampton, 

indo, of Wolfeborough, 

l, of Meredith, 

a, of Bennington, 

irt, of Franklin, 



Stone, of Fitzwilliam, 
Hill, of Springfield, 
Lane, of Lancaster, 
Spence, of Manchester, 
O'Malley, of Somersworth, 
Sherburn, of Ellsworth. 



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MILITARY AFFAIRS. — ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE. 



Young, of Manchester, 
Eaton, of Candia, 
Ingalls, of Concord, 
Varney, of Dover, 
Buckminster, of Roxbury, 
Field, of Peterborough, 



Pulsifer, of Campton, 
Cilley, of Manchester, 
Lambert, of Berlin, 
Cummings, of Nashua, 
Batchelder, of Hampton, 
Gilbert, of Somersworth. 



NATIONAL AFFAIRS. — STATE LIBRARY. 



Clough, of Alton, 
Maxfield, of Chichester, 
Foss, of Greenland, 
Severance, of Rochester, 
Marcy, of Hillsborough, 
Adams, of Gilsum, 



Vincent, of Milan, 
Peirce (A. T.), of Dover, 
Burke, of Madison, 
Shirley, of Andover, 
Martin, of Manchester, 
Young, of Landaff. 



NORMAL SCHOOL.— ROOM 10. 



Currier, of Plymouth, 
Place, of Newmarket, 
Martin, of Laconia, 
Smith, of Canaan, 
Maxfield, of Chichester, 
Ramsdell, of Swanzey, 



Farwell, of Chesterfield, 
Drew, of Dover, 
Libbey, of Manchester, 
Durell, of Newfields, 
Hall, of Strafford, 
Hardy, of Hollis. 



PUBLIC HEALTH. — ROOM 5. 



Brooks, of Charlestown, 
Gibson, of Haverhill, 
Leavitt, of Effingham, 
Gerald, of Belmont, 
Clough, of Manchester, 
Woodman, of Lebanon, 



Parsons, of Salisbury, 
Nutter, of Farmington, 
Appleton, of Dublin, 
Hosmer, of Mason, 
Guptill, of Raymond, 
Fessenden, of Brookline. 



PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. — ROOM 7. 



Burnham, of Mont Vernon, 
Richardson, of Manchester, 
Ladd, of Deerfield, 
Sanborn, of Hampstead, 
Otis, of Farmington, 
Neal, of Hooksett, 



Hubbard, of Sullivan, 
Kendall, of Benton, 
Drake, of Rye, 
Gordon, of Pembroke, 
Murray, of Manchester, 
Forsaith, of Deering. 



HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEES. 



373 



ON RAILROADS. — ROOM 4. 



ington, of Hanover, 
ih, of Moultonborough, 
ey, of Manchester, 

of Milford, 
of Bedford, 
er, of Portsmouth, 



Warren, of Rochester, 
Carr, of Newport, 
Morrison, of Tilton, 
Ahern, of Concord, 
Bishop, of Bethlehem, 
Merrill, of Stoddard. 



ON RETRENCHMENT AND REFORM. — ROOM 10. 



man, of Hanover, 
, of Fremont, 
ler, of Greenville, 
ord, of Epsom, 
of Westmoreland, 
e, of Lyndeborough, 



Ewins, of Salem, 
Berry, of Windham, 
Locke, of Seabrook, 
Lariviere, of Manchester, 
Merrill, of Thornton, 
Connors, of Manchester. 



REVISION OF STATUTES. — ROOM 2. 



of Bristol, 
ord, of Monroe, 
ey, of Andover, 
ux, of Nashua, 
of Concord, 
der, of Keene, 



Minard, of Nashua, 
Brown, of Ossipee, 
Baker, of Bow, 
Carpenter, of Wolfeborough, 
Stevens, of Rollinsford, 
Miles, of Rochester. 



ROADS, BRIDGES, AND CANALS.— ROOM 8. 



son, of Manchester, 
[er, of Rochester, 
nleaf, of Nashua, 
n, of Newmarket, 
ford, of Jefferson, 
?h, of Canterbury, 



Prescott, of Hampton Falls, 
Rand, of Pittsfield, 
Parker, of Lisbon, 
Clark, of Troy, { 
Whipple, of Franconia, 
Dorr, of .Sandwich. 



RULES.— REPRESENTATIVES' HALL. 



speaker, 

tt, of Laconia, 

rd, of Concord, 



Bales, of Wilton, 
Hill, of Concord. 



SOLDIERS' HOME.— ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE. 



of Berlin, 
en, of Nashua, 
e, of Conway, 
, of Dover, 
of Northfield, 
o, of New Boston, 



Nutting, of Winchester, 
Brickett, of Northwood, 
Noyes, of Whitefield, 
Morgan, of Unity, 
Jackman, of Pelham, 
Tilton, of New Hampton. 



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STATE PRISON.— ROOM 8. 



Foster, of Webster, 
Durell, of Pittsfleld, 
Shedd, of Nashua, 
Coleman, of Portsmouth, 
Chamberlin, of New Durham, 
Bodwell, of Manchester, 



Pollard, of Goffstown, 
Craig, of Marlow, 
Cheever, of Groton, 
Brown, of Dalton, 
French, of Orange, 
Kelley, of Manchester. 



towns.— room 8. 



Meader, of Rochester, 
Carpenter, of Surry, 
Chagnon, of Nashua, 
Woolson, of Lyman, 
Holt, of Greenfield, 
Gowing, of Hudson, 



Adams, of Hill, 
Curry, of Holderness, 
Watson, of Nottingham, 
Howard, of Milford, 
Connolly, of Manchester, 
Sanborn, of Sandown. 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS.— ROOM 10. 



Smith, of Peterborough, 
Bakie, of Kingston, 
Whidden, of Newton, 
Weber, of Manchester, 
Wheeler, of Manchester. 
Hidden, of Tamworth, 



Gerald, of Belmont, 
Orne, of Middleton, 
Howard, of Milford, 
Bodwell, of Manchester, 
Dustin, of Hopkinton, 
Sullivan, of Franklin, 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 



ENGROSSED BILLS.— OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Mason, of Plymouth, 



Brown, of Ossipee. 



STATE HOUSE AND STATE HOUSE YARD.— STATE LIBRARY. 



Pratt, of Concord, 
Hooper, of Nashua, 



Clement, of Warren. 



STATE LIBRARY.— STATE LIBRARY. 



Pierce, of Somersworth, 
Sullivan, of Concord, 



Center, of Wilton. 






MBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 

JANUARY SESSION, 1897. 



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JOINT RULES 



SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



1. Convention of senate and i 8. Bills, titles, and contents of. 

house. ! 9. Bills rejected by one house. 

2. Messages, by whom sent. 10. Each house to transmit papers. 

3. Messages, when received. 11. Bills to be transmitted before 

4. Messages,by whom announced. what time. 

5. Bills, between the houses. j 12. Bill, when defeated. 

6. Engrossed bills. 13. Time for introducing bills. 

7. Joint committees. 

1. When a convention of the two houses is to be formed, whether by 
a requirement of the constitution, or by a vote or resolve of the two 
houses, a message shall be sent from the house of representatives to 
the senate, giving notice when the house will meet the senate in con- 
vention. As soon thereafter as the convenience of the senate will per- 
mit, they will attend in the house. The speaker of the house shall be 
chairman of the convention, and shall state the reasons for forming 
the convention. When the house and senate are thus formed in con- 
vention, the rules adopted as the rules of the house shall be consid- 
ered the rules of the convention, so far as they may be deemed appli- 
cable, and the convention shall accordingly be governed thereby. 

2. Messages shall be sent by such person or persons as each house 
may deem to be proper. 

3. Messages from either house shall be received by the other at all 
times, except when engaged in putting a question, in calling the yeas 
and nays, in counting the ballots, or in reading the journal. 

4. When a message shall be sent from either house to the other, it 
shall be announced at the door of the house to which it may be sent, 
by the door-keeper. 

5. While bills are on their passage between the two houses, they shall 
be under the signature of the clerk of each house respectively. 

6. There shall be a committee for the purpose of engrossing bills, 
consisting of two members of each house. All bills that pass both 
houses shall be delivered to said committee, be by them engrossed, 
carefully examined, and reported to the respective houses; and shall 
be signed first by the speaker of the house of representatives, and 
then by the president of the senate. 



JOINT RULES. 387 

There shall be a committee, to consist of three members of the 
>use and one of the senate, on each of the following subjects, to wit: 
i all matters relative to the state library, and on all matters relative 

the state house and state-house yard. 

. Every bill or joint resolution, repealing or modifying any act or 
atute, shall refer to the same by the chapter, title, and section of the 
meral laws, if contained therein, otherwise by its title and the ses- 
on of the legislature when the same was passed, and shall also be 
^pressed in words clearly, so that it shall not be necessary to refer to 
ly other act or statute to ascertain the meaning thereof; and it shall 

the duty of the presiding officer of each branch of the legislature to 
squire all such bills and resolutions to be made in conformity there- 
ith, before putting any vote thereon, except to commit or amend. 

9. When a bill or resolve which shall have passed in one house is 
jected in the other, notice thereof shall be given to the house in 
hich the same shall have passed. 

10. Each house shall transmit to the other all papers on which any 
:11 or resolve may be founded. 

11. Each house shall transmit to the other all bills which have passed 
leir several stages in the house in which they originated, at least 
venty-four hours before the time fixed for adjournment. 

12. After each house shall have adhered to its disagreement, a bill 
r resolve shall be considered lost. 

13. No bill, joint resolution, claim outstanding on the first day of 
le session, or petition relating to new business shall be received in 
ither branch of the legislature after the third week of the session, 
nless reported from a committee; provided, that this rule may be 
tispended in either house whenever two thirds of the whole number of 
lembers shall, on division taken, vote in favor thereof, and not other- 

ise. 



RULES OF THE HOUSE. 



THE DUTY OF THE SPEAKER. 

1. Shall call the house to order, 

when. 

2. Shall preserve decorum and 

order; appeal. 

3. Shall put questions in pre- 

scribed form. 

4. Shall rise to put question. 

5. Shall appoint committees, un- 

less. 

6. Shall refer acts, etc., to com- 

mittees, unless. 

7. Shall not vote, unless. 

8. Shall sign all acts, resolutions, 

writs, etc. 

9. May clear galleries. 

10. May admit to floor of house. 

11. May substitute member for one 

day. 

OF DECORUM AND DEBATE. 

12. Member shall rise and address 

speaker. 

13. Questions of order; appeal. 

14. Member first rising shall speak 

first. 

15. Member not to speak more 

than twice, etc. 

16. Members, decorum of. 

17. Members shall not vote, when. 

18. Member shall vote, unless. 

19. Motion, reduced to writing, 

seconded, stated. 

20. Relating to petitions. 

21. Motion when in possession of 

house. 

22. Motions, order of precedence. 

23. Previous question, how put, etc. 

24. Previous question, debate upon. 

25. Previous question, if decided 

in negative. 

26. Indefinite postponement. 

27. Division of question; amend- 

ment. 

28. Commitment and amendment. 

29. No substitute, under color of 

amendment. 

30. Reconsideration, motion for. 

31. Objection to reading paper, 

how determined. 



32. Member, excused from com- 

mittee service. 

33. Member, absent only by leave. 

34. Tellers, duties of. 

OF COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES. 

35. Standing committees enume- 

rated; number serving on 
each stated, and duties de- 
fined. 

36. All other committees, number 

of. 

37. Relating to meetings of com- 

mittees. 

38. Committee, chairman of; re- 

ports of. 

39. Special committees. 

OF BILLS. 

40. How introduced; notice of. 

41. Shall be clearly expressed. 

42. Shall have three readings; 

progress of; time for sec- 
ond and third readings. 

43. Amended only on second read- 

ing; bills and resolutions, 
how filed. 

44. Assistant clerk may carry bills 

to senate. 

45. Shall be numbered. 

46. House bills printed, distrib- 

uted and disposed of. 

47. Appropriating money, to whom 

referred. 

OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE 
HOUSE. 

48. House may resolve itself into 

committee; chairman of . 

49. Procedure in. 

50. Rules of. 

51. Rules of house; how rescinded 

or suspended. 

ORDER OF BUSINESS OF THE DAY. 

52. Petitions, reports of commit- 

tees, etc. 

53. Unfinished business shall have 

preference. 



RULES OF THE HOUSE. 389 



OF THE DUTY OF THE SPEAKER. 

. The speaker shall take the chair at precisely the hour to which the 
use shall have adjourned, and shall immediately call the members 
order. 

2. He shall preserve decorum and order, may speak on points of 
der in preference to other members, rising from his seat for that 
lrpose, and shall decide questions of order, subject to an appeal to 
e house by any two members. 

Questions shall be distinctly put in this form, to wit: "As many as 
e of opinion that [as the case may be] say Aye; " and after the 
hrmative vote is expressed, " Those of a contrary opinion say No." 
the speaker doubts, or a division is called for, the house shall divide, 
hose in the affirmative of the question shall first rise from their seats 
id stand till they be counted, and afterw r ards those in the negative 
lall rise and stand till they be counted. The speaker shall then rise 
id state the decision of the house. 

4. He shall rise to put a question, but may state it sitting-. 

5. All committees shall be appointed by the speaker unless otherwise 
irected by the house. 

6. The speaker shall designate to which of the standing committees 
1 memorials, petitions, accounts, or other matters shall be referred, 

nless otherwise ordered by the house. 

7. The speaker shall not be called upon to vote unless the house be 
qually divided, or unless his vote, if given to the minority, will make 
tie division equal; and in case of such equal division the question 
hall be lost. 

8. All acts, addresses, and joint resolutions, shall be assigned by the 
peaker; and all writs, warrants, or subpoenas, issued by order of the 
ouse, shall be under his hand and seal, attested by the clerk. 

9. In case of any disturbance or disorderly conduct in the galleries, 
be speaker, or chairman of the committee of the whole house, shall 
ave the power to order the same to be cleared. 

10. No person but the members and officers of the house, members of 
ae council, and members of the senate, the secretary of the state, 
[■easurer, and clerks of the senate, shall be admitted within the door 
f the representatives' chamber unless by invitation of the speaker, or 
ome member of the house with the consent of the speaker, except in 
ublic hearings, parties, their counsel and witnesses, under the direc- 
ion of the speaker. 

11. The speaker shall have power to substitute any member to per- 
oral the duties of the chair, such substitution not to extend beyond 
ne legislative day. 

OF DECORUM AND DEBATE. 

12. When any member is about to speak in debate, make a motion, or 
eliver any matter to the house, he shall rise from his seat and respect- 
illy address himself to the speaker. 

13. If any member transgress the rules of the house, the speaker 
hall, or any member may, call him to order; in which case the mem- 



390 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



ber so called to order shall immediately sit down, and the question of 
order shall then be distinctly stated from the chair; and in all cases 
where a member shall be called to order for uttering disrespectful 
words, upon the request of any member the words objected to shall be 
reduced to writing by the member so calling to order; after which the 
member so called to order may explain, and the question shall be open 
to debate, as in other cases, and decided by the speaker, whose de- 
cision shall be submitted to unless an appeal be made to the house, by 
a member, in which case the only question shall be " Is the speaker's 
decision correct?" which shall be decided without debate. If the 
decision be in favor of the member called to order, he may proceed; 
if otherwise, and the case may require it, he shall be liable to the cen- 
sure of the house. 

14. In all cases the member first rising shall speak first. When two 
members rise at the same time, the speaker shall name the person to 
speak. 

15. No member shall speak more than twice on the same question 
without leave of the house; nor more than once, until every member 
choosing to speak shall have spoken. 

16. While the speaker is putting any question, or addressing the 
house, no one shall walk out of or across the house; nor in such case 
or when a member is speaking, shall entertain private discourse; nor, 
while a member is speaking, shall pass between him and the chair; nor 
shall any member leave his seat while the yeas and nays are calling. 

17. No member shall vote on any question in the event of which he is 
directly interested; nor in any case where he was not present when 
the question was put; nor sit upon any committee when he is directly 
interested in the question under consideration. In case of such inter- 
est of a member of a committee, the fact shall be reported to the house, 
and another person substituted on that question in his place. 

18. Every member who shall be in the house when a question is put 
shall give his vote, unless the house, for special reason, shall excuse 
him. 

19. No motion shall be debated until the same shall be seconded and 
stated from the chair; and when a motion shall be made and seconded, 
it shall be reduced to writing, if desired by the speaker or any member, 
and delivered at the table, and read by the speaker, before the same 
shall be debated. 

20. No petition shall be received by the house unless it be presented 
by a member thereof, and upon motion made for that purpose; nor 
until the substance of said petition be concisely minuted, and the 
name of the member, and the town he represents, recorded upon the 
back thereof; and it shall be the duty of the speaker, whenever any 
motion relative to a petition is to be stated to the house, to state, in the 
first place, the substance of the petition as minuted on the back thereof. 

21. After a motion is stated by the speaker, it shall be in possession 
of the house, but may be withdrawn at any time before an amendment. 

22. When any question is under debate, no motion shall be received, 
but, first, to adjourn; second, to lay on the table; third, for the pre- 
vious question; fourth, to postpone indefinitely; fifth, to postpone to a 



RULES OF THE HOUSE. 391 

tain day; sixth, to commit; and seventh, to amend; which several 
ions shall have precedence in the order in which they are arranged : 
tions to adjourn, to lay on the table, and to take from the table, 
11 be decided without debate. 

. The speaker shall put the previous question in the following form, 
hall the main question now be put? " and all debate upon the main 
istion shall be suspended until the previous question has been de- 
ed. After the adoption of the previous question, the sense of the 
iase shall forthwith be taken upon pending amendments, in their 
ular order, and then upon the main question. 

. On the previous question no member shall speak more than once 
hout leave; and all incidental questions of order, arising after a 
tion for the previous question shall be decided without debate, 
epting on appeal, and on such appeal no member shall be allowed 
*peak more than once without leave of the house. No member shall 
allowed to speak more than five minutes on the motion, nor on 

peal on questions of order. 

5. If the previous question is decided in the negative, it shall not be 

ain in order till after adjournment, but the main question shall be 

t before the house and disposed of as though the previous question 

d not been put. 

When a question is postponed indefinitely, the same shall not be 

ted upon during the session except by unanimous consent. 

Any member may call for a division of the question when the 

nse will admit of it; and upon a motion to amend, a refusal to strike 

t words shall neither preclude amendment to such words nor a 

otion to strike out and insert. 

!8. A motion for commitment, until it is decided, shall preclude all 

lendment to the main question, and all motions and reports may be 

mmitted at the pleasure of the house. 

!9. No new motion shall be admitted, under color of amendment, as a 

bstitute for the motion under debate. 

10. No vote shall be reconsidered, unless the motion for reconsidera- 
>n be made by a member who voted with the majority, nor unless the 
tice of such motion be given on the same day on which the vote 
ssed, or on the next day on which the house shall be in session, 
tween the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock. 

11. When the reading of a paper is called for and objected to by any 
miber, it shall be determined by a vote of the house. 

12. Any member may excuse himself from serving on any committee 
the time of his appointment, if he is then a member of two other 

mmittees which have not reported. 

i3. Each member shall seasonably and punctually attend to his duty 

the house, and no one shall absent himself from the service of the 

use unless he have leave, or be sick and unable to attend. 

:4. The speaker shall appoint a teller for each division of the house, 

lose duty it shall be to report to the chair the state of the vote, when- 

er a division of the house is called for. 



392 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



OF COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES. 

35. The following standing committees shall be appointed early in 
the January session: 

A committee on revising and compiling the laws of the state; a com- 
mittee on national affairs; a committee on elections; a committee on 
the judiciary; a committee on banks; a committee on the state prison; 
a committee on insurance; a committee on the state agricultural 
college; a committee on agriculture; a committee on manufactures; a 
committee on appropriations; a committee on retrenchment and 
reform; a committee on military affairs; a committee on education; 
a committee on the state normal school; a committee on incorpora- 
tions; a committee on towns; a committee on county affairs; a com- 
mittee on labor; a committee on the asylum for the insane; a 
committee on railroads; a committee on roads, bridges, and canals; 
a committee on unfinished business; a committee on mileage; a com- 
mittee on fisheries and game; a committee on the industrial school; 
a committee on soldiers' home?' a committee on claims; a com- 
mittee on forestry; a committee on public health; a committee on 
public improvements; a committee on liquor laws, to consist of 
twelve members each; a committee on journal of the house, to con- 
sist of three members, one of whom shall be the speaker; a committee 
on rules, to consist of five members, one of whom shall be the speaker. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on revising and compiling the 
laws to consider all matters relating to those subjects, and recommend 
such changes, modifications, and additions as may be desirable; also 
to consider all bills, resolutions, and reports of committees relating to 
those subjects which may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on national affairs to consider 
all matters of national concern, all matters referred to the state by the 
general government, and all matters pertaining to our federal rela- 
tions, that may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on elections to examine and 
report upon the certificates or other credentials of the election of the 
members returned to serve in this house, and to take into considera- 
tion all petitions and other matters in relation to elections or returns 
as shall be presented, or come into question, and shall be referred 
to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on the judiciary to take into 
consideration all matters in relation to the judiciary system of the 
state; and all matters where a constitutional question is involved. All 
applications for acts of incorporation which under the rules would be 
referred to the committee on incorporations or manufactures, shall 
first be referred to the committee on the judiciary to inquire whether 
the object of the applicants cannot be obtained by voluntary incorpo- 
ration under the general laws of the state, and shall report accordingly. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on banks to consider all appli- 
cations for the incorporation of banks, and all subjects relating to such 
institutions that may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on the state prison to take into 



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asideration all matters in relation to the state prison, to examine all 

ports and accounts that may be submitted by the warden, or that 
ly be otherwise referred to it. 

t shall be the duty of the committee on insurance to consider all 
plications for the incorporation of insurance companies, and all sub- 
ts relating to insurance companies, domestic and foreign, and 

lether life, fire, marine, accidental, or of any other character that 

ay be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on the state agricultural college 
examine into the rules and government of the New Hampshire 

allege of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, and all matters con- 
cted therewith, and all such other matters as may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on agriculture to take into con- 

Jeration all matters concerning the agricultural interests, and the 

corporation of agricultural societies that shall be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on manufactures to consider 

1 matters concerning the manufacturing interests of the state, and 

1 applications for incorporation for manufacturing purposes, which 

lall be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on appropriations to examine 
nd take into consideration the state of the treasury, to report what 
lm it may be necessary to raise as a state tax, and on every subject 
)uching the financial interests of the state that may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on retrenchment and reform to 
ike into consideration the public expenditures and all questions 
elating thereto; and also to consider all questions relating to the 
abject of administrative reforms in the various departments of the 
;ate government that may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on military affairs to consider 
11 applications for altering and amending laws regulating the militia 
f this state, and for the removal of military officers that may be 
3ferred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on education to consider all 
lbjects relative to the regulation of school districts and schools, and 
11 matters concerning education that may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on the state normal school to 
xamine in relation to the government of the state normal school, and 
11 matters connected therewith, and all such other matters as may be 
3ferred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on incorporations to consider 
11 applications for acts of incorporation, and all other matters which 
lay come in question relative to bodies corporate, that may be 
eferred to it, excepting those relating to towns, parishes, turnpikes, 
ailroads, canals, banks, agricultural societies, and factories. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on towns to consider all appli- 
ations for the alteration of town lines by the annexation of one 
ortion of a town to another, and all applications for incorporation 
f towns by division of towns, or otherwise, that may be referred to 

It shall be the duty of the committee on county affairs to consider 



394 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

all applications for the alteration of county lines or the creation of 
new counties, the salaries of county officers, the settlement of 
paupers, and all other matters relating to county affairs that may be 
referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on labor to consider all 
petitions relating to labor and wages, and all other matters relating 
thereto that may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on the asylum for the insane to 
examine all accounts of the asylum, particularly of those relating to 
the expenditure of moneys appropriated by the state; to examine into 
the rules and government of the institution, and all matters of general 
interest connected therewith, and all such matters as shall be referred 
to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on railroads to consider all 
petitions for the incorporation of railroads, for alterations, and all 
matters relative thereto that may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on roads, bridges, and canals to 
consider all applications for the incorporation of turnpikes, bridges, 
or canals, and for the alteration of tolls, and all matters relative 
thereto that may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on unfinished business to 
examine and report, from the journals of the last session, all such 
matters as were then pending and undetermined. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on mileage to ascertain the dis- 
tance traveled by each member of the house, and report to the house 
the names of the several members and the mileage allowed to each. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on fisheries and game to con- 
sider all matters concerning the location, growth, cultivation, protec- 
tion, improvement, and preservation of fish and game within the state, 
and all matters relative thereto, which may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on the industrial school to 
examine the rules and government of the institution, and all matters 
of general interest connected therewith, and all such matters as may 
be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on soldiers' home to consider 
all the matters pertaining to the soldiers' home that may be referred 
to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on forestry to consider all 
matters relating to the forests of the state and public parks that may 
be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on public health to consider all 
matters relating to the health of the inhabitants of the state and vital 
statistics that may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on public improvements to con- 
sider all matters pertaining to public improvements in the state that 
may be referred to it. 

It shall be the duty of the committee on claims to audit, adjust, and 
report on all accounts and claims that may be presented for allowance, 
except accounts for printing, military accounts, and accounts for 
engrossing bills. 



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shall be the duty of the committee on journal of the house, from 
to day, and before the commencement of the morning session, to 
mine the journal of the preceding day, and report to the house at 
any errors; provided, however, that the journal of the preceding 
mall be read at the opening of any morning session whenever 
lested by any ten members. 

shall be the duty of the committee on liquor laws to consider all 
ters pertaining to the liquor traffic that may be referred to it. 
shall be the duty of the committee on rules to consider all matters 
taining to the rules of procedure of the house that may be referred 
t. 

All other committees shall consist of three members, unless 
erwise ordered. 

The standing committees shall attend at their respective com- 
tee-rooms two hours before the meeting of the house in the 
rning, and at such other times as the house shall order; and no 
nmittee shall sit during the sitting of the house udess when the 
aker shall consider it necessary. The committees shall promptly 
isider and report on all matters referred to them. 
5. The first named member of any committee appointed by the 
laker of the house shall be chairman; and in case of his absence, or 
ng excused by the house, the next named member, and so on, as 
en as the case may happen, unless the committee, by a majority of 
number, elect a chairman. And when any committee shall report 
lerwise than by bill, they shall, if the subject admit of it, subjoin to 
)ir report a resolution making such disposition of the matter com- 
tted to them as to the committee shall seem expedient. 
9. Whenever it shall not be convenient for any standing committee 
attend promptly to all the business which may be properly referred 
it, the speaker may, on a vote of the house to that effect, appoint an 
iitional committee on the same subject, to consist of the same num- 
? of members as the original committee, whose duty it shall be to 
:e into consideration all matters in relation to that subject which 
ill be referred to it by the house, and to report thereon. 

OF BILLS. 

0. Every bill and joint resolution shall be introduced by motion for 
ve, or by an order of the house on the report of the committee; and 
bill or joint resolution shall be introduced by any member (except 
the report of a committee) unless he shall have given at least one 
f's notice of intention, and of the object of the bill or joint resolu- 
a to be introduced. 

:. Every bill and resolution originally introduced into the house 
11 be expressed in words clearly, so that it shall not be necessary to 
er to any other act or statute to ascertain the meaning thereof. 

1. Every bill shall have three several readings in the house previous 
ts passage. The first reading shall be for information; and there- 
>n, when the bill shall have been introduced by a committee, if not 
?cted or otherwise disposed of, a time shall be assigned for a sec- 



396 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



ond reading; and upon the second reading, if not rejected or other- 
wise disposed of by the house, a time shall be assigned for a third 
reading. When a bill shall have been introduced by a member upon 
leave, or by message from the senate, and read a first time, if it be not 
rejected or otherwise disposed of by the house, the question shall be, 
" Shall the bill be read a second time? " And if ordered to a second 
reading it shall immediately be read a second time by its title, and be 
by the speaker referred to the appropriate standing committee, unless 
otherwise ordered by the house. No bill, after it has been read a sec- 
ond time, shall have a third reading until after an adjournment. The 
time assigned for the second and third readings of bills and resolu- 
tions shall be eleven o'clock in the forenoon and three o'clock in the 
afternoon, unless otherwise ordered by the house. 

43. No amendment shall be made but upon the second reading of a 
bill or joint resolution; and all bills and resolutions shall be in writing, 
with the name of the member and the town he represents on the back 
thereof. The orders of the day for the reading of bills and joint reso- 
lutions shall hold for every succeeding day until disposed of. 

44. All bills, and all votes and resolutions that are necessary to be 
carried to the senate for their concurrence, may be sent by the assist- 
ant clerk. 

45. Every bill shall be marked on the first page " house bill," and 
every joint resolution shall be marked "house joint resolution," and 
each bill and resolution shall be regularly numbered, beginning with 
No. 1, and continuing consecutively, as each bill or joint resolution is 
introduced into the house. 

46. Every bill and joint resolution originating in the house, which has 
been favorably reported upon by the committee having it in charge, 
shall be declared by the speaker laid upon the table, and the clerk 
shall procure a sufficient number of printed copies thereof for the use 
of the house, and cause the same to be distributed to the members; 
and the clerk shall cause said bills and joint resolutions to be printed 
on paper of uniform size; and when said bills and joint resolutions are 
so printed and distributed, the clerk shall after one day cause the 
same to be laid on the speaker's table, and they shall be taken up in 
their order, without motion, and disposed of, in the same manner 
as they would have been had they not been declared laid on the 
table. 

47. All bills and joint resolutions appropriating money, reported 
from any committee, shall be referred to the committee on appropria- 
tions for revision. 

OP THE COMMITTEE OP THE WHOLE HOUSE. 

48. The house may resolve itself into committee of the whole house 
at any time, on the motion of a member made for that purpose; and in 
forming a committee of the whole house the speaker shall leave the 
chair, and a chairman to preside in committee shall be appointed by 
the speaker. 

49. Upon bills and resolutions committed to a committee of the whole 
house, the bill or resolution shall first be read throughout by the clerk, 



RULES OF THE HOUSE. 397 

then again read and debated by clauses, leaving the preamble of 
bill to be last considered; the body of the bill or resolution shall 
be defaced or interlined, but all amendments, noting the page and 

shall be duly entered by the clerk on a separate paper, as the 
e shall be agreed to by the committee and so reported to the 
se. After report, the bill or resolution shall again be subject to be 
ated and amended by clauses, before a question to pass it to a third 
3ing be taken. 

The rules of proceeding in the house shall be observed in com- 
ee of the whole house, so far as they may be applicable, except the 

limiting the time of speaking. 

No standing rule or order of the house shall be rescinded without 
day's notice being given of the motion therefor; nor suspended, 
;ss by a vote therefor of two thirds of the members present, to be 
srtained by actual count, when any member shall request the same. 

ORDER OF BUSINESS OF THE DAY. 

The speaker shall call for petitions from members of the house. 
i petitions having been presented and disposed of, reports, first 
n the standing and then from the select committees, shall be called 
and disposed of. And the above business shall be done in no other 
t of the day, except by permission of the house. 
:. The unfinished business in which the house was engaged at the 

preceding adjournment, if called for by any member, shall have 
preference over all other business except the general order of the 
r; and no motion, or any other business except the general order of 
day, shall be received without special leave of the house, until the 
mer is disposed of. 



COUNTY CONVENTIONS. 



Rockingham County. 

Chairman, William P. Chadwick, Exeter; Clerk, Herbert B. Dow, 
Portsmouth. 

Strafford County. 

Chairman, Benjamin P. Peirce, Dover; Clerk, Fred Wiesner, Somers- 
worth. 

Belknap County. 

Chairman, Stephen S. Jewett, Laconia; Clerk, Samuel H. Martin, 
Laconia. 

Carroll County. 

Chairman, James E. French, Moultonborough; Clerk, Joseph Lewando, 
Wolfeborough. 

Merrimack County. 

Chairman, Frank L. Gerrish, Boscawen; Clerk, Dennis E. Sullivan 
Franklin. 

Hillsborough County. 

Chairman, Andrew C. Wallace, Manchester; Clerk, Henri T. Ledoux, 
Nashua. 

Cheshire County. 
Chairman, Bertram Ellis, Keene; Clerk, John W. Jeffords, Keene. 

Sullivan County. 

Chairman, Burt Chellis, Claremont; Clerk, John M. Whipple, Jr., 
Claremont. 

Grafton County. 
Chairman, Ira A. Chase, Bristol; Clerk, John B. Foster, Wentworth. 

Coos County. 

Chairman, Carlos P. Day, Berlin; Clerk, Frank G. McKellips, North- 
umberland. 



APPENDIX 



CONSTITUTION 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



^RT FIRST.— BILL OF RIGHTS. Article 



ITICLE 

Equality of men; origin and ob- 
ject of government. 

. Natural rights. 

. Society; its organization and 
purposes. 

Rights of conscience unalien- 
able. 

Religious freedom recognized. 
Public worship of the Deity to 
be encouraged, right of elect- 
ing religious teachers; free 
toleration; existing contracts 
not affected. 

. State sovereignty. 

. Accountability of magistrates 
and officers to the people. 

. No hereditary office or place. 

. Right of revolution. 

. Elections and elective fran- 
chise. 

. Protection and taxation recip- 
rocal; private property for 
public use. 

. Conscientiously scrupulous not 
compellable to bear arms. 

. Legal remedies to be free, com- 
plete, and prompt. 

. Accused entitled to full and sub- 
stantial statement of charge; 
not obliged to f urnisn evidence 
against himself; may produce 
proofs and be fully heard, etc. 



16. No person to be again tried 
after an acquittal; trial by jury 
in capital cases. 

17. Criminal trials in county, ex- 
cept in general insurrection. 

18. Penalties to be proportional to 
offenses; true design of pun- 
ishment. 

19. Searches and seizures regu- 
lated. 

20. Trial by jury in civil cases; ex- 
ceptions. 

21. Only qualified persons to serve 
as jurors, and to be fully com- 
pensated. 

22. Liberty of the press. 

23. Retrospective laws prohibited. 

24. Militia. 

25. Standing armies. 

26. Military subject to civil power. 

27. Quartering of soldiers. 

28. Taxes to be levied only by the 
people or legislature. 

29. Suspension of laws by legisla- 
ture only. 

30. Freedom of speech. 

31. Meetings of legislature, for 
what purpose. 

32. Rights of assembly, instruction, 
and petition. 

33. Excessive bail, fines, and pun- 
ishments prohibited. 

34. Martial law limited. 



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Article 

35. The judiciary; tenure of office. 

36. Pensions. 

37. The legislative, executive, and 
judicial departments to be kept 
separate. 

38. Social virtues inculcated. 

PART SECOND.— FORM OF GOV- 
ERNMENT. 

1. Name of body politic. 

2. Legislature, how constituted. 

3. General court, when to meet 
and dissolve. 

4. Power of general court to es- 
tablish courts. 

5. To make laws, elect officers, de- 
fine their powers and duties, 
impose fines and assess taxes. 

6. Valuation of estates. 

7. Members of legislature not to 
take fees or act as counsel. 

8. Legislature to sit with open 
doors. 

HOUSE OFREPRESENTATIVES. 

9. Representatives elected bien- 
nially; ratio of representation. 

10. Small towns may elect a pro- 
portionate part of time where 
they cannot be classed. 

11. Biennial election of representa- 
tives in November. 

12. Qualifications of electors. 

13. Representatives, how elected, 
and qualifications of. 

14. Compensation of legislature. 

15. Vacancies in house, how filled. 

16. House to impeach before the 
senate. 

17. Money bills to originate in 
house. 

18. Power of adjournment limited. 

19. Quorum, what constitutes. 



Article 

20. Privileges of members of the 
legislature. 

21. House to elect speaker and offi- 
cers, settle rules of proceeding, 
and punish misconduct. 

22. Senate and executive have like 
powers; imprisonment limited. 

23. Journal and laws to be pub- 
lished; yeas and nays, and 
protests. 

SENATE. 

24. Senate.how constituted; tenure 
of office. 

25. Senatorial districts, how con- 
stituted. 

26. Election of senators. 

27. Senators, how and by whom 
chosen; right of suffrage. 

28. Qualification of senators. 

29. Inhabitant defined. 

30. Inhabitants of incorporated 
places; their rights, etc. 

31. Biennial meetings, how warned, 
governed, and conducted; re- 
turn of votes. 

32. Governor and council to can- 
vass returns of votes for sena- 
tors and notify the persons 
elected. 

33. Vacancies in senate.how filled. 

34. Senate judges of their own 
elections. 

35. Adjournments limited except 
in impeachment cases. 

36. Senate to elect their own offi- 
cers; quorum. 

37. Senate to try impeachments; 
mode of proceeding. 

38. Judgment on impeachments 
limited. 

39. Chief justice to preside on im- 
peachment of governor. 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



403 



EXECUTIVE POWER.— GOVER- 
NOR. 

Article 



13. 



Title of governor. 
Election of governor; return of 
votes; electors; if no choice, 
legislature to elect one of two 
highest candidates; qualifica- 
tions for governor. 
In case of disagreement, gov- 
ernor to adjourn or prorogue 
legislature; if infectious dis- 
temper or other causes exist, 
may convene them elsewhere. 
Veto of governor to bills, pro- 
visions as to. 

Resolves to be treated like bills. 
Governor and council to nomi- 
nate and appoint officers; nomi- 
nation three days before ap- 
pointment. 

Governor and council have 
negative on each other. 
Field officers to recommend, 
and governor to appoint com- 
pany officers. 

President of senate to act as 
governor when office vacant. 
Governor to prorogue or ad- 
journ legislature and call extra 
sessions. 

Power and duties of governor 
as commander-in-chief; limita- 
tion. 

Pardoning power. 
Militia officers, removal of. 
Staff and non-commissioned 
officers, by whom appointed. 
Division of militia into bri- 
gades, regiments, and com- 
panies. 

Money drawn from treasury 
only by warrant of governor 
pursuant to law. 



56. Account of military stores, etc., 
to be rendered quarterly. 

Article 

57. Compensation of governor and 
council. 

58. Salaries of judges. 

COUNCIL. 

59. Councilors, mode of election, 
etc. 

60. Vacancies, how filled, if no 
choice. 

61. Occurring afterward, new elec- 
tion; governor to convene: 
duties. 

62. Impeachment of councilors. 

63. Secretary to record proceed- 
ings of council. 

64. Councilor districts provided 
for. 

65. Elections by legislature may 
be adjourned from day to day; 
order thereof. 

SECRETARY, TREASURER, COM- 
MISSARY-GENERAL, ETC. 

66. Election of secretary, treas- 
urer, and commissary-general. 

67. State records, where kept; duty 
of secretary. 

68. Deputy-secretary. 

69. Secretary to give bond. 

COUNTY TREASURERS, ETC. 

70. County treasurers and registers 
of probate, solicitors, sheriffs, 
and registers of deeds elected. 

71. Counties may be divided into 
districts for registering deeds. 

JUDICIARY POWER. 

72. Tenure of office to be expressed 
in commissions; judges to hold 
office during good behavior, 
etc., removable by address. 



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Article 

73. Judges to give opinions, when, 

74. Justices of the peace commis- 
sioned for five years. 

75. Divorces and appeals where 
tried. 

76. Jurisdiction of justices in civil 
causes. 

77. Judges and sheriffs, when dis- 
qualified by age. 

78. Judges and justices not to act 
as counsel. 

79. Jurisdiction and terms of pro- 
bate court. 

80. Judges and registers of pro- 
bate not to act as counsel. 

CLERK OF COURTS. 

81. Clerks of courts, by whom ap- 
pointed. 

ENCOURAGEMENT OF LITER- 
ATURE, ETC. 

82. Encouragement of literature, 
etc. 

OATHS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS, 
EXCLUSIONS FROM OFFICE, 
ETC. 

83. Oath of civil officers. 



Article 

84. Before whom taken. 

85. Form of commission. 

86. Form of writs. 

<*7. Form of indictments, etc. 

88. Suicides and deodands. 

89. Existing laws to continue in 
force, if not repugnant to con- 
stitution. 

90. Habeas corpus. 

91. Enacting style of statutes. 

92. Governor and judges pro- 
hibited from holding other 
offices. 

93. Incompatibility of offices; 
only two offices of profit to be 
holden at same time. 

94. Incompatibility of certain 
offices. 

95. Bribery and corruption dis- 
qualify for office. 

96. Value of money, how com- 
puted. 

97. Constitution, when to take 
effect. 

98. Revision of constitution pro- 
vided for. 

99. Question on revision to be 
taken every seven years. 

100. Enrollment of constitution. 



PART FIRST. 



BILL OF RIGHTS. 

Article 1. All men are born equally free and independent; there- 
fore all government of right originates from the people, is founded in 
consent, and instituted for the general good. 

Art. 2. All men have certain natural, essential, and inherent rights; 
among which are the enjoying and defending life and liberty; acquir- 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 405 

ing, possessing, and protecting property; and, in a word, of seeking 
and obtaining happiness. 

Art. 3. When men enter into a state of society they surrender up 
some of their natural rights to that society in order to insure the pro- 
tection of others; and without such an equivalent the surrender is void. 

Art. 4. Among the natural rights, some are in their very nature un- 
alienable, because no equivalent can be given or conceived for them. 
Of this kind are the rights op conscience. 

Art. 5. Every individual has a natural and unalienable right to 
worship God according to the dictates of his own conscience and rea- 
son; and no subject shall be hurt, molested, restrained in his per- 
son, liberty, or estate for worshiping God in the manner and season 
most agreeable to the dictates of his own conscience, or for his religi- 
ous profession, sentiments, or persuasion, provided he doth not dis- 
turb the public peace, or disturb others in their religious worship. 

Art. 6. As morality and piety, rightly grounded on evangelical prin- 
ciples, will give the best and greatest security to government, and will 
lay in the hearts of men the strongest obligations to due subjection, 
and as the knowledge of these is most likely to be propagated through 
a society by the institution of the public worship of the Deity and of 
X>ublic instruction in morality and religion, therefore, to promote these 
important purposes, the people of this state have a right to empower, 
and do hereby fully empower, the legislature to authorize, from time 
to time, the several towns, parishes, bodies corporate, or religious 
societies within this state to make adequate provision, at their own 
expense, for the support and maintenance of public Protestant 
teachers of piety, religion, and morality. Provided, notwithstanding, 
that the several towns, parishes, bodies corporate, or religious socie- 
ties shall at all times have the exclusive right of electing their own 
public teachers, and of contracting with them for their support and 
maintenance. And no person of any one particular religious sect or 
denomination shall ever be compelled to pay toward the support of 
the teacher or teachers of another persuasion, sect, or denomination. 
And every denomination of Christians, demeaning themselves quietly 
and as good subjects of the state, shall be equally under the protection 
of the law; and no subordination of any one sect or denomination to 



406 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

another shall ever be established by law. And nothing herein shall be 
understood to affect any former contracts made for the support of the 
ministry; but all such contracts shall remain and be in the same state 
as if this constitution had not been made. 

Art. 7. The people of this state have the sole and exclusive right of 
governing themselves as a free, sovereign, and independent state, and 
do, and forever hereafter shall, exercise and enjoy every power, juris- 
diction, and right pertaining thereto which is not or may not hereafter 
be by them expressly delegated to the United States of America in 
congress assembled. 

Art. 8. All power residing originally in, and being derived from, the 
people, all the magistrates and officers of government are their sub- 
stitutes and agents, and at all times accountable to tbem. 

Art. 9. No office or place whatsoever in government shall be hered- 
itary, the abilities and integrity requisite in all not being transmissi- 
ble to posterity or relations. 

Art. 10. Government being instituted for the common benefit, pro- 
tection, and security of the whole community, and not for the private 
interest or emolument of any one man, family, or class of men, there- 
fore, whenever the ends of government are perverted and public lib- 
erty manifestly endangered, and all other means of redress are inef- 
fectual, the people may, and of right ought to, reform the old or es- 
tablish a new government. The doctrine of non-resistance against 
arbitrary power and oppression is absurd, slavish, and destructive of 
the good and happiness of mankind. 

Art. 11. All elections ought to be free; and every inhabitant of the 
state, having the proper qualifications, has equal right to elect and be 
elected into office. 

Art. 12. Every member of the community has a right to be protected 
by it in the enjoyment of his life, liberty, and property. He is, there- 
fore, bound to contribute his share in the expense of such protection, 
and to yield his personal service, when necessary, or an equivalent. 
But no part of a man's property shall be taken from him or applied to 
public uses without his own consent or that of the representative body 
of the people. Nor are the inhabitants of this state controllable by any 
other laws than those to which they or their representative body have 
given their consent. 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 407 

Art. 13. No person who is conscientiously scrupulous about the law- 
fulness of bearing arms shall be compelled thereto, provided he will 
pay an equivalent. 

Art. 14. Every subject of this state is entitled to a certain remedy, 
by having recourse to the laws, for all injuries he may receive in his 
person, property, or character; to obtain right and justice freely, 
without being obliged to purchase it; completely and without any 
denial; promptly, and without any delay; conformably to the laws. 

Art. 15. No subject shall be held to answer for any crime or offense 
until the same is fully and plainly, substantially and formally, 
described to him, or be compelled to accuse or furnish evidence 
against himself. And every subject shall have a right to produce all 
proofs that may be favorable to himself, to meet the witnesses against 
him face to face, and to be fully heard in his defense by himself and 
counsel. And no subject shall be arrested, imprisoned, despoiled, or 
deprived of his property, immunities, or privileges, put out of the pro- 
tection of the law, exiled, or deprived of his life, liberty, or estate, but 
by the judgment of his peers or the laws of the land. 

Art. 16. No subject shall be liable to be tried, after an acquittal, for 
the same crime or offense; nor shall the legislature make any law that 
shall subject any person to a capital punishment (excepting for the 
government of the army and navy, and the militia in actual service) 
without trial by jury. 

Art. 17. In criminal prosecutions, the trial of facts in the vicinity 
where they happen is so essential to the security of the life, liberty, 
and estate of the citizen, that no crime or offense ought to be tried in 
any other county than that in which/it is committed, except in cases 
of general insurrection in any particular county, when it shall appear 
to the judges of the superior court that an impartial trial cannot be 
had in the county where the offense may be committed, and, upon 
their report, the legislature shall think proper to direct the trial in the 
nearest county in which an impartial trial can be obtained. 

Art. 18. All penalties ought to be proportioned to the nature of the 
offense. No wise legislature will affix the same punishment to the 
crimes of theft, forgery, and the like, which they do to those of murder 
and treason. Where the same undistinguishing severity is exerted 



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against all offenses, the people are led to forget the real distinction in 
the crimes themselves and to commit the most flagrant with as little 
compunction as they do the lightest offenses. For the same reason, a 
multitude of sanguinary laws is both impolitic and unjust, the true 
design of all punishment being to reform, not to exterminate, man- 
kind. 

Art. 19. Every subject hath a right to be secure from all unreasona- 
ble searches and seizures of his person, his houses, his papers, and all 
his possessions. Therefore, all warrants to search suspected places or 
arrest a person for examination or trial, in prosecutions for criminal 
matters, are contrary to this right, if the cause or foundation of them 
be not previously supported by oath or affirmation, and if the order, in 
a warrant to a civil officer, to make search in suspected places or to 
arrest one or more suspected persons or to seize their property, be not 
accompanied with a special designation of the persons or objects of 
search, arrest, or seizure; and no warrant ought to be issued but in 
cases and with the formalities prescribed by law. 

Art. 20. In all controversies concerning property and in all suits be- 
tween two or more persons, except in cases in which it has been here- 
tofore otherwise used and practised, and except in cases in which the 
value in controversy does not exceed one hundred dollars and title of 
real estate is not concerned, the parties have a right to trial by jury; 
and this method of procedure shall be held sacred, unless, in cases 
arising on the high seas and such as relate to mariners' wages, the 
legislature shall think it necessary hereafter to alter it. 

Art. 21. In order to reap the fullest advantage of the inestimable 
privilege of trial by jury, great care ought to be taken that none but 
qualified persons should be appointed to serve; and such ought to be 
fully compensated for their travel, time, and attendance. 

Art. 22. The liberty of the press is essential to the security of freedom 
in a state; it ought, therefore, to be inviolably preserved. 

Art. 23. Retrospective laws are highly injurious, oppressive, and 
unjust. No such laws, therefore, should be made, either for the deci- 
sion of civil causes or the punishment of offenses. 

Art. 24. A well-regulated militia is the proper, natural, and sure de- 
fense of a state. 



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Art. 25. Standing armies are dangerous to liberty, and ought not to 
be raised or kept up without the consent of the legislature. 

Art. 26. In all cases and at all times, the military ought to be under 
strict subordination to, and governed by, the civil power. 

Art. 27. No soldier, in time of peace, shall be quartered in any house 
without the consent of the owner; and, in time of war, such quarters 
ought not to be made but by the civil magistrate, in a manner ordained 
by the legislature. 

Art. 28. No subsidy, charge, tax, impost or duty shall be established, 
fixed, laid, or levied, under any pretext whatsoever, without the con- 
sent of the people, or their representatives in the legislature, or au- 
thority derived from that body. 

Art. 29. The power of suspending the laws or the execution of them 
ought never to be exercised but by the legislature, or by authority de- 
rived therefrom, to be exercised in such particular cases only as the 
legislature shall expressly provide for. 

Art. 30. The freedom of deliberation, speech, and debate in either 
house of the legislature is so essential to the rights of the people, that 
it cannot be the foundation of any action, complaint, or prosecution in 
any other court or place whatsoever. 

Art. 31. The legislature shall assemble for the redress of public 
grievances and for making such laws as the public good may require. 

Art. 32. The people have a right, in an orderly and peaceable man- 
ner, to assemble and consult upon the common good, give instructions 
to their representatives, and to request of the legislative body, by way 
of petition or remonstrance, redress of the wrongs done them, and of 
the grievances they suffer. ) 

Art. 33. No magistrate or court of law shall demand excessive bail 
or sureties, impose excessive fines, or inflict cruel or unusual punish- 
ments. 

Art. 34. No person can, in any case, be subjected to law martial or to 
any pains or penalties by virtue of that law, except those employed in 
the army or navy, and except the militia in actual service, but by au- 
thority of the legislature. 

Art. 35. It is essential to the preservation of the rights of every indi- 
vidual, his life, liberty, property, and character, that there be an im- 



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partial interpretation of the laws and administration of justice. It is 
the right of every citizen to be tried by judges as impartial as the lot 
of humanity will admit. It is, therefore, not only the best policy, but 
for the security of the rights of the people, that the judges of the su- 
preme judicial court should hold their offices so long as they behave 
well, subject, however, to such limitations on account of age as may be 
provided by the constitution of the state; and that they should have 
honorable salaries, ascertained and established by standing law. 

Art. 36. Economy being a most essential virtue in all states, espe- 
cially in a young one, no pension should be granted but in consideration 
of actual services; and such pensions ought to be granted with great 
caution by the legislature, and never for more than one year at a time. 

Art. 37. In the government of this state, the three essential powers 
thereof— to wit, the legislative, executive, and judicial— ought to be 
kept as separate from, and independent of, each other as the nature of 
a free government will admit or as is consistent with that chain of con- 
nection that binds the whole fabric of the constitution in one indissolu- 
ble bond of union and amity. 

Art. 38. A frequent recurrence to the fundamental principles of the 
constitution and a constant adherence to justice, moderation, temper- 
ance, industry, frugality, and all the social virtues, are indispensably 
necessary to preserve the blessings of liberty and good government. 
The people ought, therefore, to have a particular regard to all those 
principles in the choice of their officers and representatives; and they 
have a right to require of their lawgivers and magistrates an exact and 
constant observance of them in the formation and execution of the laws 
necessary for the good administration of government. 



PART SECOND. 

FORM OF GOVERNMENT. 

Article 1. The people inhabiting the territory formerly called The 
Province of New Hampshire do hereby solemnly and mutually agree 
with each other to form themselves into a free, sovereign, and inde- 



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pendent body politic, or state, by the name of The State of New- 
Hampshire. 

general court. 

Art. 2. The supreme legislative power within this state shall be 
vested in the senate and house of representatives, each of which shall 
have a negative on the other. 

Art. 3. The senate and house shall assemble biennially, on the first 
Wednesday of January, and at such other times as they may judge 
necessary, and shall dissolve and be dissolved seven days next preced- 
ing the said first Wednesday of January biennially, and shall be styled 
The General Court of New Hampshire. 

Art. 4. The general court shall forever have full power and authority 
to erect and constitute judicatories and courts of record or other 
courts, to be holden in the name of the state, for the hearing, trying, 
and determining all manner of crimes, offenses, pleas, processes, 
plaints, actions, causes, matters and things whatsoever, arising or 
happening within this state, or between or concerning persons inhab- 
iting, or residing, or brought within the same, whether the same be 
criminal or civil, or whether the crimes be capital or not capital, and 
whether the said pleas be real, personal, or mixed, and for the award- 
ing and issuing execution thereon, to which courts and judicatories 
are hereby given and granted full power and authority, from time to 
time, to administer oaths or affirmations for the better discovery of 
truth in any matter in controversy or depending before them. 

Art. 5. And, further, full power and authority are hereby given and 
granted to the said general court, from time to time, to make, ordain, 
and establish all manner of wholesome and reasonable orders, laws, 
statutes, ordinances, directions, and instructions, either with penalties 
or without, so as the same be not repugnant or contrary to this consti- 
tution, as they may judge for the benefit and welfare of this state and 
for the governing and ordering thereof and of the subjects of the same, 
for the necessan r support and defense of the government thereof; and 
to name and settle biennially, or provide by fixed laws for the naming 
and settling of, all civil officers within this state, such officers ex- 
cepted the election and appointment of whom are hereafter in this 
form of government otherwise provided for; and to set forth the sev. 



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eral duties, powers, and limits of the several civil and military officers 
of this state, and the forms of such oaths or affirmations as shall be 
respectively administered unto them for the execution of their several 
offices and places, so as the same be not repugnant or contrary to 
this constitution; and also to impose fines, mulcts, imprisonments, and 
other punishments; and to impose and levy proportional and reason- 
able assessments, rates, and taxes upon all the inhabitants of, and resi- 
dents within, the said state, and upon all estates within the same, to be 
issued and disposed of by warrant, under the hand of the governor of 
this state for the time being, with the advice and consent of the coun- 
cil, for the public service, in the necessary defense and support of the 
government of this state and the protection and preservation of the 
subjects thereof, according to such acts as are or shall be in force 
within the same. Provided, that the general court shall not authorize 
any town to loan or give its money or credit, directly or indirectly, for 
the benefit of any corporation having for its object a dividend of profits, 
or in any way aid the same by taking its stock or bonds. 

Art. 6. And, while the public charges of government, or any part 
thereof, shall be assessed on polls and estates in the manner that has 
heretofore been practised, in ord-v that such assessments may be 
made with equality, there shall be a valuation of the estates within the 
state taken anew once in every five years, at least, and as much oftener 
as the general court shall order. 

Art. 7. No member of the general court shall take fees, be of coun- 
sel, or act as advocate in any cause before either branch of the legis- 
lature; and upon due proof thereof, such member shall forfeit his seat 
in the legislature. 

Art. 8. The doors of the galleries of each house of the legislature 
shall be kept open to all persons who behave decently, except when 
the welfare of the state, in the opinion of either branch, shall require 
secrecy. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Art. 9. There shall be, in the legislature of the state, a representa- 
tion of the people, biennially elected, and founded upon the principles 
of equality; and, in order that such representation may be as equal as 
circumstances will admit, every town, or place entitled to town privi- 



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leges, and wards of cities having six hundred inhabitants by the last 
general census of the state, taken by authority of the United States or 
of this state, may elect one representative; if eighteen hundred such 
inhabitants, may elect two representatives; and so proceeding in that 
proportion, making twelve hundred such inhabitants the mean increas- 
ing number for any additional representative. Provided, that no town 
shall be divided or the boundaries of the wards of any city so altered 
as to increase the number of representatives to which such town or 
city may be entitled by the next preceding census; and provided fur- 
ther, that to those towns and cities which since the last census have 
been divided or had their boundaries or ward lines changed, the gen- 
eral court, in session next before these amendments shall take effect, 
shall equitably apportion representation in such manner that the num- 
ber shall not be greater than it would have been had no such division 
or alteration been made. 

Art. 10. Whenever any town, place, or city ward shall have less than 
six hundred such inhabitants, the general court shall authorize such 
town, place, or ward to elect and send to the general court a repre- 
sentative such proportionate part of the time as the number of its 
inhabitants shall bear to six hundred; but the general court shall not 
authorize any such town, place, or ward to elect and send such repre- 
sentative, except as herein provided. 

Art. 11. The members of the house of representatives shall be chosen 
biennially, in the month of November, and shall be the second branch 
of the legislature. 

Art. 12. All persons qualified to vote in the election of senators shall 
be entitled to vote, within the district where they dwell, in the choice 
of representatives. 

Art. 13. Every member of the house of representatives shall be 
chosen by ballot, and, for two years, at least, next preceding his elec- 
tion, shall have been an inhabitant of this state; shall be, at the time 
of his election, an inhabitant of the town, parish, or place he may be 
chosen to represent; and shall cease to represent such town, parish, 
or place immediately on his ceasing to be qualified as aforesaid. 

Art. 14. The presiding officers of both houses of the legislature shall 
severally receive out of the state treasury as compensation in full for 



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their services, for the term elected, the sum of two hundred and fifty 
dollars, and all other members thereof seasonably attending and not 
departing without license, the sum of two hundred dollars, exclusive 
of mileage: provided, however, that when a special session shall be 
called by the governor, such officers and members shall receive for 
attendance an additional compensation of three dollars per day for a 
period not exceeding fifteen days, and the usual mileage. 

Art. 15. All intermediate vacancies in the house of representatives 
may be filled up from time to time in the same manner as biennial elec- 
tions are made. 

Art. 16. The house of representatives shall be the grand inquest of 
the state, and all impeachments made by them shall be heard and tried 
by the senate. 

Art. 17. All money bills shall originate in the house cf representa- 
tives, but the senate may propose or concur with amendments, as on 
other bills. 

Art. 18. The house of representatives shall have power to adjourn 
themselves, but no longer than two days at a time. 

Art. 19. A majority of the members of the house of representatives 
shall be a quorum for doing business, but, when less than two thirds 
of the representatives elected shall be present, the assent of two thirds 
of those members shall be necessary to render their acts and proceed- 
ings valid. 

Art. 20. No member of the house of representatives or senate shall 
be arrested or held to bail on mesne process during his going to, 
returning from, or attendance upon, the court. 

Art. 21. The house of representatives shall choose their own speaker, 
appoint their own officers, and settle the rules of proceedings in their 
own house, and shall be judge of the returns, elections, and qualifica- 
tions of its members, as pointed out in this constitution. They shall 
have authority to punish by imprisonment every person who shall be 
guilty of disrespect to the house, in its presence, by any disorderly 
and contemptuous behavior, or by threatening or ill-treating any of 
its members, or by obstructing its deliberations; every person guilty 
of a breach of its privileges in making arrests for debt, or by assault- 
ing any member during his attendance at any session; in assaulting or 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 415 

disturbing any one of its officers in the execution of any order or pro- 
cedure of the house; in assaulting 1 any witness or other person ordered 
to attend by, and during his attendance of, the house, or in rescuing 
any person arrested by order of the house, knowing them to be such. 

Art. 22. The senate, governor, and council shall have the same pow- 
ers in like cases, provided, that no imprisonment by either for any 
offense exceed ten days. 

Art. 23. The journals of the proceedings and all public acts of both 
houses of the legislature shall be printed and published immediately 
after every adjournment or prorogation, and, upon motion made by 
any one member, the yeas and nays upon any question shall be entered 
on the journal, and any member of the senate or house of representa- 
tives shall have a right, on motion made at the same time for that pur- 
pose, to have his protest or dissent, with the reasons, against any vote, 
resolve, or bill passed, entered on the journal. 



Art. 24. The senate shall consist of twenty-four members, who shall 
hold their office for two years from the first Wednesday of January 
next ensuing their election. 

Art. 25. And, that the state may be equally represented in the senate, 
the legislature shall, from time to time, divide the state into twenty- 
four districts, as nearly equal as may be without dividing towns and 
unincorporated places; and, in making this division, they shall gov- 
ern themselves by the proportion of direct taxes paid by the said dis- 
tricts, and timely make known to the inhabitants of the state the limits 
of each district. , 

Art. 26. The freeholders and other inhabitants of each district, qual- 
ified as in this constitution is provided, shall, biennially, give in their 
votes for a senator at some meeting holdenin the month of November. 

Art. 27. The senate shall be the first branch of the legislature, and 
the senators shall be chosen in the following manner, viz.: every male 
inhabitant of each town, and parish with town privileges, and places 
unincorporated, in this state, of twenty-one years of age and upward, 
excepting paupers and persons excused from paying taxes at their 
own request, shall have a right, at the biennial or other meetings of 



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the inhabitants of said towns and parishes, to be duly warned and 
holden biennially, forever, in the month of November, to vote, in the 
town or parish wherein he dwells, for the senator in the district 
whereof he is a member. 

Art. 28. Provided, nevertheless, that no person shall be capable of 
being elected a senator who is not of the age of thirty years, and who 
shall not have been an inhabitant of this state for seven years imme- 
diately preceding his election; and, at the time thereof, he shall be an 
inhabitant of the district for which he shall be chosen. 

Art. 29. And every person qualified as the constitution provides 
shall be considered an inhabitant, for the purpose of electing and 
being elected into any office or place within this state, in the town, 
parish, and plantation where he dwelleth and hath his home. 

Art. 30. And the inhabitants of plantations and places unincorpo- 
rated, qualified as this constitution provides, who are or shall be 
required to assess taxes upon themselves towards the support of gov- 
ernment, or shall be taxed therefor, shall have the same privilege of 
voting for senators, in the plantations, and places wherein they reside 
as the inhabitants of the respective towns and parishes aforesaid have. 
And the meetings of such plantations and places, for that purpose 
shall be holden biennially in the month of November, at such places 
respectively therein as the assessors thereof shall direct; which 
assessors shall have like authority for notifying the electors, collect- 
ing and returning the votes, as the selectmen and town clerks have in 
their several towns by this constitution. 

Art. 31. The meetings for the choice of governor, council, and sena- 
tors, shall be warned by warrant from the selectmen, and governed by 
a moderator, who shall, in the presence of the selectmen (whose duty 
it shall be to attend), in open meeting, receive the votes of all the 
inhabitants of such towns and parishes present and qualified to vote 
for senators; and shall, in said meetings, in presence of the said select- 
men and of the town clerk in said meetings, sort and count the said 
votes, and make a public declaration thereof, with the name of every 
person voted for and the number of votes for each person; and the 
town clerk shall make a fair record of the same, at large, in the town 
book, and shall make out a fair attested copy thereof, to be by him 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 417 

sealed up and directed to the secretary of the state, with a superscrip- 
tion expressing the purport thereof; and the said town clerk shall 
cause such attested copy to be delivered to the sheriff of the county in 
whicn said town or parish shall lie thirty days, at least, before the first 
"Wednesday of January, or to the secretary of the state at least twenty 
days before the said first Wednesday of January; and the sheriff of 
each county or his deputy shall deliver all such certificates by him 
received into the secretary's office at least twenty days before the first 
Wednesday of January. 

Art. 32. And, that there may be a due meeting of senators on the 
first Wednesday of January, biennially, the governor and a majority of 
the council for the time being shall, as soon as may be, examine the 
returned copies of such records, and, fourteen days before the first 
Wednesday of January, he shall issue his summons to such persons as 
appear to be chosen senators by a majority of votes to attend and take 
their seats on that day: provided, nevertheless, that, for the first year, 
the said returned copies shall be examined by the president and a 
majority of the council then in office; and the said president shall, in 
like manner, notify the persons elected to attend and take their seats 
accordingly. 

Art. 33. And in case there shall not appear to be a senator elected by 
a majority of votes for any district, the deficiency shall be supplied in 
the following manner, viz.: the members of the house of representa- 
tives and such senators as shall be declared elected shall take the 
names of the two persons having the highest number of votes in the 
district, and out of them shall elect, by joint ballot, the senator wanted 
for such district; and in this manner, all such vacancies shall be filled 
up in every district of the state; all vacancies in the senate arising by 
death, removal out of the state, or otherwise, except from failure to 
elect, shall be filled by a new election by the people of the district, 
upon the requisition of the governor, as soon as may be after such 
vacancies shall happen. 

Art. 34. The senate shall be final judges of the elections, returns, 
and qualifications of their own members, as pointed out in this consti- 
tution. 

Art. 35. The senate shall have power to adjourn themselves, pro- 

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vided such adjournments do not exceed two days at a time : provided, 
nevertheless, that, whenever they shall sit on the trial of any impeach- 
ment, they may adjourn to such time and place as they may think 
proper, although the legislature be not assembled on such day or at 
such place. 

Art. 36. The senate shall appoint their president and other officers, 
and determine their own rules of proceedings. And not less than thir- 
teen members of the senate shall make a quorum for doing business ; 
and, when less than sixteen senators shall be present, the assent of 
ten, at least, shall be necessary to render their acts and proceedings 
valid. 

Art. 37. The senate shall be a court, with full power and authority to 
hear, try. and determine all impeachments made by the house of repre- 
sentatives against any officer or officers of the state, for bribery, cor- 
ruption, malpractice, or maladministration in office, with full power to 
issue summons or compulsory process for convening witnesses before 
them ; but, previous to the trial of any such impeachment, the members 
of the senate shall respectively be sworn truly and impartially to try 
and determine the change in question according to evidence. And 
every officer impeached for bribery, corruption, malpractice, or mal- 
administration in office, shall be served with an attested copy of the 
impeachment and order of senate thereon, with such citation as the 
senate may direct, setting forth the time and place of their sitting to 
try the impeachment ; which service shall be made by the sheriff, or 
such other sworn officer as the senate may appoint, at least fourteen 
days previous to the time of trial ; and, such citation being duly served 
and returned, the senate may proceed in the hearing of the impeach- 
ment, giving the person impeached, if he shall appear, full liberty of 
producing witnesses and proofs and of making his defense by himself 
and counsel ; and may, also, upon his refusing or neglecting to appear, 
hear the proofs in support of the impeachment, and render judgment 
thereon, his non-appearance notwithstanding ; and such judgment 
shall have the same force and effect as if the person impeached had 
appeared and pleaded in the trial. 

Art. 38. Their judgment, however, shall not extend further than 
removal from office, disqualification to hold or enjoy any place of 



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honor, trust, or profit under this state ; but the party so convicted shall, 
nevertheless, be liable to indictment, trial, judgment, and punishment, 
according to the laws of the land. 

Art. 39. Whenever the governor shall be impeached, the chief justice 
of the supreme judicial court shall, during the trial, preside in the sen- 
ate, but have no vote therein. 

EXECUTIVE POWER.— GOVERNOR. 

Art. 40. There shall be a supreme executive magistrate, who shall be 
styled Governor of the State of New Hampshire, and whose title shall 
be His Excellency. 

Art. 41. The governor shall be chosen biennially, in the month of 
November, and the votes for governor shall be received, sorted, 
counted, certified, and returned in the same manner as the votes for 
senators ; and the secretary shall lay the same before the senate and 
house of representatives on the first Wednesday of January, to be by 
them examined ; and, in case of an election by a majority of votes 
through the state, the choice shall be by them declared and published; 
and the qualifications of electors of the governor shall be the same as 
those for senators ; and, if no person shall have a majority of votes, the 
senate and house of representatives shall, by a joint ballot, elect one 
of the two persons having the highest number of votes, who shall be 
declared governor. And no person shall be eligible to this office unless, 
at the time of his election, he shall have been an inhabitant of this state 
for seven years next preceding, and unless he shall be of the age of 
thirty years. 

Art. 42. In case of disagreement between the two houses with regard 
to the time or place of adjournment or prorogation, the governor, with 
advice of council, shall have the right to adjourn or prorogue the gen- 
eral court, not exceeding ninetj' days at any one time, as he may deter- 
mine the public good may require ; and he shall dissolve the same seven 
days before the said first Wednesday of January. And, in case of any 
infectious distemper prevailing in the place where the said couro at 
any time is to convene, or any other cause whereby dangers may arise 
to the health or lives of the members from their attendance, the gov- 



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ernor may direct the session to be holden at some other, the most con- 
venient, place within the state. 

Art. 43. Every bill which shall have passed both houses of the gen- 
eral court shall, before it becomes a law, be presented to the governor; 
if he approve, he shall sign it, but if not, he shall return it, with his 
objections, to that house in which it shall have originated, who shall 
enter the objections at large on their journal and proceed to recon- 
sider it. If, after such reconsideration, two thirds of that house shall 
agree to pass the bill, it shall be sent, together with such objections, 
to the other house, by which it shall likewise be reconsidered ; and, if 
approved by two thirds of that house, it shall become a law. But, in all 
such cases, the votes of both houses shall be determined by yeas and 
nays ; and the names of the persons voting for or against the bill shall 
be entered on the journal of each house respectively. If any bill shall 
not be returned by the governor within five days (Sundays excepted) 
after it shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a law in 
like manner as if he had signed it, unless the legislature, by their 
adjournment, prevent its return, in which case it shall not be a law. 

Art. 44. Every resolve shall be presented to the governor, and before 
the same shall take effect, shall be approved by him, or, being disap- 
proved by him, shall be repassed by the senate and house of represen- 
tatives, according to the rules and limitations prescribed in the case of 
a bill. 

Art. 45. All judicial officers, the attorney-general, coroners, and all 
officers of the navy and general and field officers of the militia, shall 
be nominated and appointed by the governor and council; and every 
such nomination shall be made at least three days prior to such ap- 
pointment; and no appointment shall take place unless a majority of 
the council agree thereto. 

Art. 46. The governor and council shall have a negative on each 
other, both in the nominations and appointments. Every nomination 
and appointment shall be signed by the governor and council, and 
every negative shall be also signed by the governor or council who 
made the same. 

Art. 47. The captains and subalterns in the respective regiments 
shall be nominated and recommended by the field officers to the gov- 



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ernor, who is to issue their commissions immediately on receipt of 
such recommendation. 

Art. 48. Whenever the chair of the governor shall become vacant, by- 
reason of his death, absence from the state, or otherwise, the president 
of the senate shall, during 1 such vacancy, have and exercise all powers 
and authorities, which by this constitution, the governor is vested with 
when personally present; but, when the president of the senate shall 
exercise the office of governor, he shall not hold his office in the sen- 
ate. Whenever the chair, both of the governor and of the president of 
the senate, shall become vacant, by reason of their death, absence 
from the state, or otherwise, the speaker of the house shall, during 
such vacancies, have and exercise all the powers and authorities 
which, by this constitution, the governor is vested with when person- 
ally present ; but when the speaker of the house shall exercise the office 
of governor, he shall not hold his office in the house. 

Art. 49. The governor, with advice of council, shall have full power 
and authority, in recess of the general court, to prorogue the same 
from time to time, not exceeding ninety days in any one recess of said 
court, and, during the sessions of said court to adjourn or prorogue it 
to any time the two houses may desire; and to call it together sooner 
than the time to which it may be adjourned orprorogued, if the welfare 
of the state should require the same. 

Art. 50. The governor of this state, for the time being, shall be com- 
mander-in-chief of the army and navy and all the military forces of 
the state by sea and land; and shall have full power, by himself or by 
any chief commander or other officer or officers, from time to time, to 
train, instruct, exercise, and govern the militia and navy; and, for the 
special defense and safety of this state, to assemble in martial array 
and put in warlike posture the inhabitants thereof, and to lead and 
conduct them, and with them to encounter, repulse, repel, resist, and 
pursue by force of arms, as well by sea as by land, within and without 
the limits of this state; and also, to kill, slay, destroy, if necessary, and 
conquer by all fitting ways, enterprise, and means, all and every such 
person and persons as shall at any time hereafter, in a hostile manner, 
attempt or enterprise the destruction, invasion, detriment, or annoy- 
ance of this state; and to use and exercise over the army and navy and 



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over the militia in actual service the law martial in time of war, inva- 
sion, and, also, in rebellion declared by the legislature to exist, as 
occasion shall necessarily require; and surprise by all ways and means 
whatsoever, all and every such person or persons, with their ships, 
arms, ammunition, and other goods, as shall, in a hostile manner in- 
vade, or attempt the invading, conquering, or annoying this state; and, 
in fine, the governor hereby is intrusted with all other powers incident 
to the office as captain-general and commander-in-chief and admiral, 
to be exercised agreeably to the rules and regulations of the constitu- 
tion and laws of the land; provided, that the governor shall not, at any 
time hereafter, by virtue of any power by this constitution granted, or 
hereafter to be granted to him by the legislature, transport any of the 
inhabitants of this state or oblige them to march out of the limits of the 
same without their free and voluntary consent or the consent of the 
general court, nor grant commissions for exercising the law martial in 
any case without the advice and consent of the council. 

Art. 51. The power of pardoning offenses, except such as persons 
may be convicted of before the senate, by impeachment of the house, 
shall be in the governor, by and with the advice of council; but no 
charter of pardon, granted by the governor, with advice of council 
before conviction, shall avail the party pleading the same, notwith- 
standing any general or particular expressions contained therein, de- 
scriptive of the offense or offenses intended to be pardoned. 

Art. 52. No officer, duly commissioned to command in the militia, 
shall be removed from his office but by the address of both houses to 
the governor, or by fair trial in court-martial pursuant to the laws of 
the state for the time being. 

Art. 53. The commanding officers of the regiments shall appoint their 
adjutants and quartermasters; the brigadiers, their brigade-majors; 
the major-generals, their aides; the captains and subalterns, their non- 
commissioned officers. 

Art. 54. The division of the militia into brigades, regiments, com- 
panies, made in pursuance of the militia laws now in force, shall be 
considered as the proper division of the militia of this state, until the 
same shall be altered by some future law. 

Art. 55. No money shall be issued out of the treasury of this state and 



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disposed of (except such sums as may be appropriated for the redemp* 
tion of bills of credit or treasurer's notes, or for the payment of interest 
arising thereon) but by warrant under the hand of the governor for the 
time being, by and with the advice and consent of the council, for the 
necessary support and defense of this state, and for the necessary pro- 
tection and preservation of the inhabitants thereof, agreeably to the 
acts and resolves of the general court. 

Art. 56. All public boards, the commissary-general, all superintend- 
ing officers of public magazines and stores belonging to this state, and 
all commanding officers of forts and garrisons within the same, shall, 
once in every three months, officially and without requisition, and at 
other times when required by the governor, deliver to him an account 
of all goods, stores, provisions, ammunition, cannon with their appen- 
dages, and all small arms with their accoutrements, and all other pub- 
lic property under their care respectively, distinguishing the quantity 
and kind of each as particularly as may be, together with the condi- 
tion of such forts and garrisons. And the commanding officer shall 
exhibit to the governor, when required by him true and exact plans 
of such forts, and of the land and sea, or harbor or harbors adjacent. 

Art. 57. The governor and council shall be compensated for their 
services, from time to time, by such grants as the general court shall 
think reasonable. 

Art. 58. Permanent and honorable salaries shall be established by 
law for the justices of the superior court. 



Art. 59. There shall be biennially elected by ballot five councilors, for 
advising the governor in the executive part of government. The free- 
holders and other inhabitants in each county, qualified to vote for sen- 
ators, shall, some time in the month of November, give in their votes 
for one councilor, which votes shall be received, sorted, counted, cer- 
tified, and returned to the secretary's office, in the same manner as the 
votes for senators, to be by the secretary laid before the senate and 
house of representatives on the first Wednesday of January. 

Art. 60. And the person having a majority of votes in any county 
shall be considered as duly elected a councilor; but if no person shall 



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have a majority of votes in any county, the senate and house of repre- 
sentatives shall take the names of the two persons who have the high- 
est number of votes in each county and not elected, and, out of those 
two, shall elect, by joint ballot, the councilor wanted for such county; 
and the qualifications for councilors shall be the same as for senator. 

Art. 61. If any person thus chosen a councilor shall be elected gov- 
ernor or member of either branch of the legislature, and shall accept 
the trust, or if any person elected a councilor shall refuse to accept the 
office, or in case of the death, resignation, or removal of any councilor 
out of the state, the governor may issue a precept for the election of a 
new councilor in that county where such vacancy shall happen; and 
the choice shall be in the same manner as before directed; and the 
governor shall have full power and authority to convene the council, 
from time to time, at his discretion; and, with them or the majority of 
them, may and shall, from time to time, hold a council for ordering and 
directing the affairs of this state, according to the laws of the land. 

Art. 62. The members of the council may be impeached by the house 
and tried by the senate for bribery, corruption, malpractice, or malad- 
ministration 

Art. 63. The resolutions and advice of the council shall be recorded 
by the secretary in a register, and signed by all the members present 
agreeing thereto; and this record may be called for at any time by 
either house of the legislature; and any member of the council may 
enter his opinion contrary to the resolution of the majority, with the 
reasons for such opinion. 

Art. 64. The legislature may, if the public good shall hereafter re- 
quire it, divide the state into five districts, as nearly equal as may be, 
governing themselves by the number of ratable polls and proportion 
of public taxes, each district to elect a councilor; and, in case of such 
division, the manner of the choice shall be conformable to the present 
mode of election in counties. 

Art. 65. And, whereas the elections appointed to be made by this 
constitution on the first Wednesday of January biennially, by the two 
houses of the legislature, may not be completed on that day, the said 
elections may be adjourned from day to day until the same be com- 
pleted. And the order of the elections shall be as follows: The vacan- 



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cies in the senate, if any, shall be first filled up; the governor shall 
then be elected, provided there shall be no choice of him by the peo- 
ple; and afterwards, the two houses shall proceed to fill up the vacan- 
cy, if any, in the council. 

SECRETARY, TREASURER, COMMISSARY-GENERAL, ETC. 

Art. 66. The secretary, treasurer, and commissary-general shall be 
chosen by joint ballot of the senators and representatives, assembled 
in one room. 

Art. 67. The records of the state shall be kept in the office of the sec- 
retary; and he shall attend the governor and council, the senate and 
representatives, in person or by deputy, as they may require. 

Art. 68. The secretary of the state shall at all times have a deputy, to 
be by him appointed, for whose conduct in office he shall be responsi- 
ble; and, in case of the death, removal, or inability of the secretary, 
his deputy shall exercise all the duties of the office of secretary of this 
state until another shall be appointed. 

Art. 69. The secretary, before he enters upon the business of his 
office, shall give bond, with sufficient sureties, in a reasonable sum, for 
the use of the state, for the punctual performance of his trust. 

Art. 70. The county treasurers, registers of probate, solicitors, 
sheriffs, and registers of deeds shall be elected by the inhabitants 
of the several towns in the several counties in the state, according to 
the method now practised and the laws of the state ; provided, never- 
theless, the legislature shall have authority to alter the manner of certi- 
fying the votes and the mode of electing those officers, but not so as 
to deprive the people of the right they now have of electing them. 

Art. 71. And the legislature, on the application of the major part of 
the inhabitants of any county, shall have authority to divide the same 
into two districts for registering deeds, if to them it shall appear nec- 
essary, each district to elect a register of deeds ; and before they enter 
upon the business of their offices, shall be respectively sworn faithfully 
to discharge the duties thereof, and shall severally give bond, with 
sufficient sureties, in a reasonable sum, for the use of the county, for 
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JUDICIARY POWER. 

Art. 72. The tenure that all commissioned officers shall have by law 
in their offices shall be expressed in their respective commissions. All 
judicial officers duly appointed, commissioned and sworn shall hold 
their offices during good behavior, excepting those concerning whom 
there is a different provision made in this constitution ; provided, nev- 
ertheless, the governor, with consent of council, may remove them 
upon the address of both houses of the legislature. 

Art. 73. Each branch of the legislature, as well as the governor and 
council, shall have authority to require the opinions of the justices of 
the superior court upon important questions of law and upon solemn 
occasions. 

Art. 74. In order that the people may not suffer from the long con- 
tinuance in place of any justice of the peace who shall fail in discharg- 
ing the important duties of his office with ability and fidelity, all com- 
missions of justices of the peace shall become void at the expiration 
of five years from their respective dates; and, upon the expiration 
of any commission, the same may, if necessary, be renewed, or an- 
other person appointed, as shall most conduce to the well-being of the 
state. 

Art. 75. All causes of marriage, divor3e, and alimony, and all appeals 
from the respective judges of probate, shall be heard and tried by the 
superior court, until the legislature shall by law make other provision. 

Art. 76. The general court are empowered to give to justices of the 
peace jurisdiction in civil causes, when the damages demanded shall 
not exceed one hundred dollars, and title of real estate is not con- 
cerned, but with right of appeal to either party to some other court. 
Art. 77. No person shall hold the office of judge of any court, or 
judge of probate, or sheriff of any county, after he has attained the 
age of seventy years. 

Art. 78. No judge of any court or justice of the peace, shall act as 

attorney, or be of counsel to any party, or originate any civil suit, in 

matters which shall come or be brought before him as judge or justice 

of the peace. 

Art. 79. All matters relating to the probate of wills and granting let' 



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ters of administration shall be exercised by the judges of probate in 
such manner as the legislature have directed or may hereafter direct ; 
and the judges of probate shall hold their courts at such place or 
places, on such fixed days as the conveniency of the people may re- 
quire, and the legislature from time to time appoint. 

Art. 80. No jud~e or register of probate shall be of counsel, act as 
advocate, or receive any fees as advocate or counsel, in any probate 
business which is pending or may be brought into any court of pro- 
bate in the county of which he is judge or register. 

CLERKS OP COURTS. 

Art. 81. The judges of the courts (those of probate excepted) shall 
appoint their respective clerks, to hold their office during pleasure ; and 
no such clerk shall act as an attorney or be of counsel in any cause in 
the court of which he is a clerk, nor shall he draw any writ originating 
a civil action. 

ENCOURAGEMENT OF LITERATURE, ETC. 

Art. 82. Knowledge and learning generally diffused through a com- 
munity being essential to the preservation of a free government, and 
spreading the opportunities and advantages of education through the 
various parts of the country being highly conducive to promote this 
end, it shall be the duty of the legislators and magistrates, in all future 
periods of this government, to cherish the interest of literature and the 
sciences, and all seminaries and public schools; to encourage private 
and public institutions, rewards and immunities for the promotion of 
agriculture, arts, sciences, commerce, trades, manufactures, and nat- 
ural history of the country; to countenance and inculcate the princi- 
ples of humanity and general benevolence; public and private charity, 
industry and economy, honesty and punctuality, sincerity, sobriety, 
and all social affections and generous sentiments among the people; 
provided, nevertheless, that no money raised by taxation shall ever be 
granted or applied for the use of the schools or institutions of any 
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OATHS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS.— EXCLUSION FROM OFFICES.— COMMISSIONS.— 
WRITS. — CONFIRMATION OF LAWS.— HABEAS CORPUS. — THE ENACTING 
STYLE. — CONTINUANCE OF OFFICERS. — PROVISION FCR A FUTURE RE- 
VISION OF THE CONSTITUTION. — ETC. 

Art. 83. Any person chosen governor, councilor, senator, or repre- 
sentative, military or civil officer (town officers excepted), accepting 
the trust, shall, before he proceeds to execute the duties of his office, 
make and subscribe the following declarations, viz.: 

I, A B, do solemnly swear that I will bear faith and true allegiance to 
the state of New Hampshire, and will support the constitution thereof. 
So help me God. 

I, A B, do solemnly and sincerely swear and affirm that I will faith- 
fully and impartially discharge and perform all the duties incumbent 

on me as , according to the best of my abilities, agreeably to the 

rules and regulations of this constitution and the laws of the state of 
New Hampshire. So help me God. 

Any person having taken and subscribed the oath of allegiance, and 
the same being filed in the secretary's office, he shall not be obliged to 
take said oath again. 

Provided, always, w r hen any person chosen or appointed as aforesaid 
shall be of the denomination called Quakers, or shall be scrupulous of 
swearing and shall decline taking the said oaths, such person shall 
take and subscribe them, omitting the word " swear," and likewise the 
words, "So help me God," subjoining instead thereof, " This I do under 
the pains and penalties of perjury." 

Art. 84. And the oaths or affirmations shall be taken and subscribed 
by the governor, before the president of the senate, in presence of both 
houses of the legislature; and by the senators and representatives first 
elected under this constitution, as altered and amended, before the 
president of the state and a majority of the council then in office, and 
forever afterward before the governor and council for the time being; 
and by all other officers, before such persons and in such manner as 
the legislature shall from time to time appoint. 

Art. 85. All commissions shall be in the name of the state of New 
Hampshire, signed by the governor, and attested by the secretary or 
his deputy, and shall have the great seal of the state affixed thereto. 



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Art. 86. All writs issuing out of the clerk's office in any of the courts 
of law, shall be in the name of the state of New Hampshire, shall be 
under the seal of the court whence they issue, and bear teste of the 
chief, rirst or senior justice of the court; but when such justice shall be 
interested, then the writ shall bear teste of some other justice of the 
court to which the same shall be returnable; and be signed by the 
clerks of such court. 

Art. 87. All indictments, presentments, and informations shall con- 
clude, " against the peace and dignity of the state.'" 

Art. 88. The estate of such persons as may destroy their own lives 
shall not for that offense be forfeited, but descend or ascend in the 
same manner as if such persons had died in a natural way. Nor shall 
any article which shall accidentally occasion the death of any person 
be henceforth deemed a deodand, or in any wise forfeited on account 
of such misfortune. 

Art. 89. All the laws which have heretofore been adopted, used, and 
approved in the province, colony, or state of New Hampshire, and 
usually practised on in the courts of law, shall remain and be in full 
force until altered and repealed by the legislature, such parts thereof 
only excepted as are repugnant to the rights and liberties contained 
in this constitution; provided, that nothing herein contained, when 
compared with the twenty-third article in the bill of rights, shall be 
construed to affect the laws already made respecting the persons or 
estates of absentees. 

Art. 90. The privilege and benefit of the habeas corpus shall be en- 
joyed in this state, in the most free, easy, cheap, expeditious, and 
ample manner, and shall not be suspended by the legislature except 
upon the most urgent and pressing occasions, and for a time not ex- 
ceeding three months. 

Art. 91. The enacting style in making and passing acts, statutes, and 
laws shall be, Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives 
in general court' convened. 

Art. 92. No governor or judge of the supreme judicial court shall 
hold any office or place under the authority of this state, except such 
as by this constitution they are admitted to hold, saving that the 
judges of the said court may hold the offices of justices of the peace 



430 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

throughout the state; nor shall they hold any place or office or receive 
any pension or salary, from any other state, government, or power 
whatever. 

Art. 93. No person shall be capable of exercising at the same time 
more than one of the following offices in this state, viz.: judge of pro- 
bate, sheriff, register of deeds; and never more than two offices of 
profit, which may be held by appointment of the governor, or gover- 
nor and council, or senate and house of representatives, or superior or 
inferior courts, military offices and offices of justices of the peace ex- 
cepted. 

Art. 94. No person holding the office of judge of any court (except 
special judges), secretary, treasurer of the state, attorney-general, 
commissary-general, military officers receiving pay from the conti- 
nent or this state (excepting officers of the militia occasionally called 
forth on an emergency), register of deeds, sheriffs, or officers of the 
customs, including naval officers, collectors of excise and state and 
continental taxes hereafter appointed, and not having settled their 
accounts with the respective officers with whom it is their duty to set- 
tle such accounts, members of congress, or any person holding any 
office under the United States, shall at the same time hold the office of 
governor, or have a seat in the senate or house of representatives of 
council; but his being chosen and appointed to and accepting the same 
shall operate as a resignation of his seat in the chair, senate, or house 
of representatives, or council, and the place so vacated shall be filled 
up. No member of the council shall have a seat in the senate or house 
of representatives. 

Art. 95. No person shall ever be admitted to hold a seat in the legis- 
lature, or any office of trust or importance under this government, who 
in the due course of law, has been convicted of bribery or corruption 
in obtaining an election or appointment. 

Art. 96 In all cases where sums of money are mentioned in this con- 
stitution, the value thereof shall be computed in silver' at six shillings 
and eight pence per ounce. 

Art. 97. To the end that there may be no failure of justice or danger 
to the state by the alterations and amendments made in the constitu- 
tion, the general court is hereby fully authorized and directed to fix 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 431 

the time when the alterations and amendments shall take effect, and 
make the necessary arrangements accordingly. 

Art. 98. It shall be the duty of the selectmen and assessors of the 
several towns and places in this state, in warning the first annual 
meetings for the choice of senators, after the expiration of seven 
years from the adoption of this constitution as amended, to insert 
expressly in the warrant this purpose among the others for the meet- 
ing, to wit: to take the sense of the qualified voters on the subject of a 
revision of the constitution; and the meeting being warned accord- 
ingly, and not otherwise, the moderator shall take the sense of the 
qualified voters present as to the necessity of a revision; and a return 
of the number of votes for and against such necessity shall be made by 
the clerks, sealed up and directed to the general court at their then next 
session; and if it shall appear to the general court by such return that 
the sense of the people of the state has been taken, and that in the opin- 
ion of a majority of the qualified voters in the state present and voting 
at said meetings, there is a necessity for a revision of the constitution, 
it shall be the duty of the general court to call a convention for that 
purpose; otherwise the general court shall direct the sense of the peo- 
ple to be taken and then proceed in the manner before mentioned; the 
delegates to be chosen in the same manner and proportioned as the 
representatives to the general court; provided, that no alteration shall 
be made in this constitution before the same shall be laid before the 
towns and unincorporated places and approved by two thirds of 
qualified voters present and voting on the subject. 

Art. 99. And the same method of taking the sense of the people as to 
a revision of the constitution, and calling a convention for that pur- 
pose, shall be observed afterward, at the expiration of every seven 
years. 

Art. 100. This form of government shall be enrolled on parchment 
and deposited in the secretary's office, and be a part of the laws of the 
land, and printed copies thereof shall be prefixed to the books contain- 
ing the laws of this state in all future editions thereof. 



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